#1
Hello, MT.

Just here to brush up with those damned chords.

[we're in standard tune here]

x
x
x
x
2
0

This is E5 above

0
0
4
2
2
0

Is this also E5, or is there a special name for this? I ask because it contains the same notes [E and B].

Also, would this apply to all chords?

I have G here.

3
0
0
0
2
3

Would the name of the chord below be the same [G], since it contains the same notes?

x
x
7
9
10
X

Would this apply to all chords?
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#2
yup, you call it the same as long as it's got the same notes. you could have e min like:
x
x
0
2
2
0

or
12
12
12
14
x
x

these are both e minor. as long as they're the same notes, it's the same chord. you'll need to add to this later with inversions, which means it's the same notes, but something other than e (in this case) as the lowest note. but don't worry about that for now, it's not too much and it'd be better to get your head around this before moving on.
#3
Yup. That's the beauty of the guitar, lots of voicings. Look up the caged system if you're into this stuff.
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