#1
So i don't know if anyone is fimilar with City and colour, but was looking at a tab and he plays chords that are only one string like and he will play this chord as well.
x-0 x-0
x-3 x-0
x-0 x-2
x-0 x-3
x-0 x-0
x-0 x-0

I am just curious to what the names of these chords are?
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#2
Em11 Fmaj7#11 although you wouldn't normally voice them like that. They're probably selected for their sonic effect more than to make any harmonic sense
#3
What's the song? Without context it's difficult.

Otherwise it'd be this:

Em11 - Fmaj7 sharp11/E (Third inversion)

i-bII in E Phrygian
#4
Quote by mdc
What's the song? Without context it's difficult.

Otherwise it'd be this:

Em11 - Fmaj7 sharp11/E (Third inversion)

i-bII in E Phrygian

Hello, I'm from Delaware- city an colour
ESP LTD EC-1000 vintage black
sunburst fender MIM tele
Epiphone LP standard ebony
Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Mesa/Boogie .50 caliber plus head
Marshall JCM900 Hi-gain MII 2500
Fender Hot rod Deluxe
#5
Quote by Cloudkicker
So i don't know if anyone is fimilar with City and colour, but was looking at a tab and he plays chords that are only one string like and he will play this chord as well.
You do understand that you can't play a chord on only one string, that would be called a note!

Now if you mean he only frets one string while playing others open, that would be a different story.
#6
Quote by Cloudkicker
Hello, I'm from Delaware- city an colour

Ok. The chords you tabbed were kinda wrong No worries.

The chords are: Em7 - Cadd9 - A7sus4 - Cadd9 (but to play along, you'll have to tune down a half step)
-3-3-3-3
-3-3-3-3
-0-0-0-0
-2-2-2-2
-2-3-0-3
-0-----

If you can get that little twiddly bit he does in between as well then good on ya!
-
-7h8p7
------7h9p7
-----------7h9p7
-
-

If you don't want to change tuning, then:
-6-7--4-7
-7-7--4-7
-6-8--6-8
-8-11-4-11
-6-9--6-9
---7--4-7

...and just move that little motive down a fret, so you'll start at the 6th instead. I think me slide between the notes as well, rather than using hammer-ons and pull offs.
Last edited by mdc at Nov 23, 2011,