#1
im playing 5th fret high e string, 6th fret b string, 7th fret g string (not necesarilly together). also switching the 5th on the high e to 8th occasionally. im trying to write a song with it but im having trouble figuring out what key this is in/ what chord it is.
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#2
You're using the notes D, F and A on the G, B and E strings respectively. The 8th note on the high E is a C. They could be a lot of things really, depending on what notes you're playing first and last and what chord(s) should come next.
#4
looks to me like a 36" scale electrical power cord to me but i can't really confirm without schematics
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#5
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looks to me like a 36" scale electrical power cord to me but i can't really confirm without schematics


I'm going to go with this. Hard to tell without what's going on in the background. Things may or may not be in harmony depending on this.
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#7
The chord is Dm7.
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