#1
How would you name a chord that is fingered 1st fret A string and 4th fret D string? Another example of this fingering is 4th fret E string 7th fret A string.

Simple question I'm sure but I'm a theory dunce.

Thanks!
#2
A minor 6th interval. Not really a chord. Of course depending on the context since a minor 6th is an inverted major 3rd it could end up being an inversion of a major chord if another instrument plays a 5th.
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#3
Quote by J-Dawg158
A minor 6th interval. Not really a chord. Of course depending on the context since a minor 6th is an inverted major 3rd it could end up being an inversion of a major chord if another instrument plays a 5th.


This. And if what he said doesn't make sense to you then make sure to start looking up some basic music theory, starting with scale and chord construction.
#4
^ And learn the intervals! And learn their sound too, not just their names.
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Quote by CavemanJB
How would you name a chord that is fingered 1st fret A string and 4th fret D string? Another example of this fingering is 4th fret E string 7th fret A string.

Simple question I'm sure but I'm a theory dunce.

Thanks!

Hello Dumb Newbie. Learn some theory.