#1
After a little bit of noodling around, I found a chord; E to e: 7-9-8-x-x-x

The notes would be B, F# and A#, the 1, 5 and 7 of the B major scale, so would this be like a B5-7th chord of some kind? The closest chord I found was a BmMaj7 as, 7-9-8-7-7-7.

I know its probably not a chord per-se, but it seems quirky.
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#3
Yeah, I tossed the shape into TuxGuitar and it was an almost Bmaj7. Its kinda cool. Not too hard to go from "that" shape to a B5 to a Bsus2 to a Bmaj7 from that positon.

Thanks!
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#5
Quote by Sean0913
I'd see it as a Bmaj7 no 3, absent of anything else. I usually see these ideas as suggestive, rather than actual chords...a "stripped" down chord, if you will.

Best,

Sean

TS, this. you'll often come across m7, m9, maj9, m9 etc all with ("no 3rd") as an implication.
#6
Okay, thanks guys. I knew it wasnt really a "chord", more like notes that kind of fit well together.
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