#1
I don't know which forum to put this in so screw it. Anyway, what is this chords name?


|e|---0---|e|
|B|---1---|B|
|G|---2---|G|
|D|---3---|D|
|A|---3---|A|
|E|-------|E|


Thanks!
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#3
Thanks!
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If we don't change it, nothing will fucking change.
#4
Fmaj7/C
or
C6sus4addb11
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#5
^ You wouldn't call a chord "sus4addb11" since it's the same as the much simpler name: "maj add11". The diminished 11th is the same note as the major 3rd.

You can call the chord any of these names:

Root F: Fmaj7/C
Root A: Am(b6)/C
Root C: C6 add11
Root E: Esus4 #5 (b9)/C

... but I'll definately go with the name Fmaj7/C.
#6
so when ther's a 4th in the chord, but also a 6th/9th etc, you just omit naming the 4th?
#7
No, viciodk is saying that if you have both an 11 and b11, the b11 is probably really a major third.