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#1
Okay, I'll type out the Tab of a chord, and its up to YOU GUYS to name it. Whoever names it correctly gets to post the next chord.

Here goes-
e-13-|
B-12-|
G-13-|
D-12-|
#3
Its a d diminished seventh , or d fully diminished seventh.

-2--
-1--
-2--
-2--
-0--
---
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#5
Originally posted by schlepper
Am6

3
1
0
3
3
x

Nope, Am#6, from A dorian mode, but close.
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#6
Originally posted by RainDog
Nope, Am#6, from A dorian mode, but close.


nevermind yeah cause in Am the 6th is flattened right so to make it F# it would be #6 right, im farly new to this
Last edited by schlepper at Apr 25, 2003,
#10
Originally posted by BMX_punk86
A# or something close??

You got the A# part right, but what kind of A# is it. Its not major and its not diminished.
#11
Originally posted by Berlioz96
Okay...
This one-

e-8-|
B-8-|
G-7-|
D-6-|
A-x-|
E-6-|


It's A#13
#14
Originally posted by thebeave10
It's A#13


actually, no ...
its an A#9 add13 .... also written as A9 (13)

or Bb9 add13

there would need to be an 11 in there for it to be a full A#13 or Bb13. but there's no 11, so the 13 is an add.


Cas-
#16
Originally posted by casualty01
well, seeing as how raindog was incorrect, and he's not online anymore. i'll go


E-----
B--9--
G--6--
D--10-
A--8--
E-----

Cas-


Dbmaj7/F, ok heres a chord from my tune, Beatfunk.


E--9--
B--9--
G--8--
D--7--
A--x--
E--7--
#17
Originally posted by beatallica_fan
Dbmaj7/F, ok heres a chord from my tune, Beatfunk.


E--9--
B--9--
G--8--
D--7--
A--x--
E--7--


B9 add13


yall love that chord

w00t my turn


E--5--
B--5--
G--4--
D--5--
A-----
E-----



Cas-
#18
Originally posted by beatallica_fan
Dbmaj7/F, ok heres a chord from my tune, Beatfunk.


E--9--
B--9--
G--8--
D--7--
A--x--
E--7--


Bb13?
SAVE THE EEYORE DRAGONS!

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#19
Originally posted by casualty01



E--5--
B--5--
G--4--
D--5--
A-----
E-----


Cas-


E-11/G

Couldn't be ****ed with making a chord...Cas' turn again


Leave well alone
Last edited by benjmc at Apr 27, 2003,
#20
Originally posted by casualty01
B9 add13


yall love that chord

w00t my turn


E--5--
B--5--
G--4--
D--5--
A-----
E-----


Cas-


Id call that G6/sus2. Heres another for Cas to nail in a matter of seconds


E-----
B--5--
G--4--
D--7--
A--6--
E-----
#21
Originally posted by beatallica_fan
Id call that G6/sus2. Heres another for Cas to nail in a matter of seconds


E-----
B--5--
G--4--
D--7--
A--6--
E-----


B7 add11/D#


E-----
B--3--
G--4--
D--3--
A--x--
E--5---


Cas-
Last edited by casualty01 at Apr 27, 2003,
#22
3rd inversion of Bmin7b5

e----x
B----3
G----3
D----4
A----x
E----6
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#23
Originally posted by dmal
3rd inversion of Bmin7b5

e----x
B----3
G----3
D----4
A----x
E----6


Bb augmented , D augmented, or F# augmented


E-9--
B-X--
G-8--
D-4--
A-X--
E-7--


Cas-
#24
Badd9...dang


E-7-
B-5-
G-5-
D-x-
A-7-
E-0-


Heh heh,


Leave well alone
Last edited by benjmc at Apr 27, 2003,
#27
Originally posted by beatallica_fan
Thats Dadd#4/F#

Heres mine, the names bond, james bond!


e---
b-7-
g-8-
d-9-
a-10-
e-0-


well, could be several things...... cause there's several triads in there.

if looking at it as E being the root. then its an
Emin/maj9 thats it's strongest tonality, so i'd call it that.
coming from the 4th mode of Hamonic Major (aka. melodic minor #4)

but, if you looked at it as B being the root. it would be a
Bmaj add4/b6 ........ comes from 1st mode of Harmonic Major. nice chord

but, you could also view it as an augmented, since there's a Gaug triad in there. in that case, it would be a G+maj7 add6 (or you could call it Gmaj7#5 add6 ) .......... but most people would take that to incinuate that there's a natural 5th in there. which there isn't.

so the strongest one is the first one. the Emin/maj9.



E--4--
B--4--
G--6--
D--7--
A--0--
E--7--



Cas-
#28
Originally posted by casualty01
well, could be several things...... cause there's several triads in there.

if looking at it as E being the root. then its an
Emin/maj9 thats it's strongest tonality, so i'd call it that.
coming from the 4th mode of Hamonic Major (aka. melodic minor #4)

but, if you looked at it as B being the root. it would be a
Bmaj add4/b6 ........ comes from 1st mode of Harmonic Major. nice chord

but, you could also view it as an augmented, since there's a Gaug triad in there. in that case, it would be a G+maj7 add6 (or you could call it Gmaj7#5 add6 ) .......... but most people would take that to incinuate that there's a natural 5th in there. which there isn't.

so the strongest one is the first one. the Emin/maj9.



E--4--
B--4--
G--6--
D--7--
A--0--
E--7--



Cas-


A7aug/B


e--x--
B--7--
G--6--
D--5--
A--0--
E--x--
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#30
the correct answer is B9add13
(with assistance )

cas, you need to post a chord, since you answered last

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#31
will do.


ok, first, a little explenation. as chords arent always root position (functioning as chords where the bass note sets the quality) , or sometimes don't even include the root, it's good to know what chords can be substituted for other chords. for example, if a progression calls for an A-7. you don't have to play an A-7, you can just as well play a Cmaj triad, because the bass is gonna be handling that Amin bass line. if you combine an Amin chord (A-C-E) with a Cmaj triad (C-E-G) you get an Amin7 (A-C-E-G). SO, THINK SUBSTITUTION. and pay attention to the bassline im gonna post.

repeating bassline. 1/4 notes.
     
G|o-------------------------o|     
D|-------9-------------------|    
A|----11---11--9--7----------|      
E|o-9----------------7--8---o|


Voicing.

E-----
B--7--
G--8--
D--9--
A--7--
E-----


ok, so, knowing that my chord is a substitution, and taking into consideration the bassline underneath the chord.

name that chord......

Cas-
#32
Its E6/9 I believe.

Try this one, its a tricky one!
e|-4-|
B|-4-|
G|-6-|
D|-7-|
A|-7-|
E|-5-|
(The 5 on the E is optional, as you have to use your thumb to play it, but it gives the chord a better sound if you play it....now that's a hard one there!)
The bassline would sound something like this-

G|----------6--------|
D|------7----7------|
A|-6--7--6----7-6-|
E|---5-----5--------|
Last edited by Berlioz96 at Apr 28, 2003,
#33
Originally posted by Berlioz96
Its E6/9 I believe.


Try this one, its a tricky one!
e|-4-|
B|-4-|
G|-6-|
D|-7-|
A|-7-|
E|-5-|
(The 5 on the E is optional, as you have to use your thumb to play it, but it gives the chord a better sound if you play it....now that's a hard one there!)


G#/E
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#35
Originally posted by Berlioz96
Its E6/9 I believe.

I believe that it would be C#min13

read cas's post. The Bassline is used in the chord.

If I'm wrong, someone please correct me.

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#36
Originally posted by Berlioz96
Nope. Guess again.


oops, haha

G#/A
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#37
Originally posted by Berlioz96
Its E6/9 I believe.

Try this one, its a tricky one!
e|-4-|
B|-4-|
G|-6-|
D|-7-|
A|-7-|
E|-5-|
(The 5 on the E is optional, as you have to use your thumb to play it, but it gives the chord a better sound if you play it....now that's a hard one there!)


A E C# D# G#....A7 +b12...something like that.


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Last edited by benjmc at Apr 28, 2003,
#38
Originally posted by benjmc
A E C# D# G#....A7 flat5...something like that.

Okay, enough mindless guessing, I'll tell u guys-

Eb13b9b5
#39
Originally posted by Berlioz96
Okay, enough mindless guessing, I'll tell u guys-

Eb13b9b5



I changed my 'guess' now cos the D# is in a higher octave...

Now...are you high?


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#40
that's what i would say

A7b12

Sorry about the wrong answers earlier, I looked at it at a glance.
I gotta slow down.


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