#4
That's actually a C minor, 2nd inversion. Simply put though, C minor.

Your notes are C, Eb, and G which form a Cmin triad.
Last edited by Soccerguy at Nov 9, 2013,
#6
Quote by supersac
yeah thats totally c minor

2nd inversion

if you play it full barred
e3
b4
g5
d5
a3
e3


That would also be a 2nd inversion since the 5th is in the bass A normal C minor barre would be missing the G on the low E sting.
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