#1
What would this chord be called?
It has: E Gb A
Would it be called a Dadd9 with an E in root?
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#2
Dadd9 with no D note? Unless this is some jazz band chord voicing, it doesn't make sense.

There is a name that chord thread, use that.
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#3
I'd probably say F#m7(no5)? Could we have some context, like, what chords come before and after, and the key, and some stuff like that maybe?
#4
Chord that comes before is an Em
But I tried the chord on my piano with the D in the bass. It sounded pretty good.
I think it's just a Dadd9
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#5
I second F#m7, but the C# is left out. Or it could be an F#m7b5 with a missing C natural. But it could potentially be a Dadd9 without the root. It could also be an Aadd6 without the 3rd voiced. Those are more or less the only options, unless you get into some complicated chromatic voicings. So it really depends on the context in which you use those notes.
#7
Depends on the context. Is it in a song or did you make it yourself?
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