#1
So I'm trying to write down an acoustic version of a song, and it's only this chord that fits in with it. So can anyone name it so I'll have a name for it when I write it down?

|-------------|---------------|
|-------------|--------------|
|-------------|--------2-----|
|-------------|--------1------|
|-------------|---------------|
|-------------|---------------|


Thanks in advance ;-)
#2
That'd be a diminished 5th double-stop. It's only called a chord if it's got three notes.
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#3
E|--0
B|--0
G|--2
D|--2
A|--0
E|--X

Is that the chord?

if so, it's an Asus2 (suspended second)
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#4
Quote by rednightmare
That'd be a diminished 5th double-stop. It's only called a chord if it's got three notes.



actually if its got 2 notes its called a dyad.


just technically speaking, the word dyad isn't used often.


it'd be called a D#dim5 dyad
Last edited by rickyj at Apr 16, 2011,
#5
Quote by rednightmare
That'd be a diminished 5th double-stop. It's only called a chord if it's got three notes.


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