#1
So i sat down and messed around on my guitar. I found some dark, weird sounding chord thing that i could use to make some interesting stuff. Maybe shouldnt be called a chord but whatever.

It looks like this:
G x x x x 0
D 2 3 5 7 0
A 0 0 0 0 3
E 0 0 0 0 0

Since im not that good on theory i really don't what these should be called, anyone can help me?
#3
First and fourth are an A5 in slightly different inversions. Second is an A5 add6, third is an A7, last is a C/E add9. Those may be a bit wrong, or there may be alternatives, buts that's what I'd call them
#4
The first chord is A minor (it could be major, but from the context I see it should be minor).
The second one is A minor with added minor sixth.
The third one is A minor septa chord (a.k.a. Am7).
The fourth one is A minor, again.
The fifth one is C major variation with E bass and added major second (D note).

Don't hold me on this one, this is only what junior music learner can do for you.
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