#1
What's the name of this kind of chords;

fx
A 5
E 2

?
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#2
Well it has a F# and a D. So it could be D major with F# as the root...
#6
2 note aren't an chord

you've got a minor 6th (or an augmented 5th depending on what you're doign it it) on an F#
#8
i dont get your chord diagram
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#10
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its F#5 augmented.
A sharpened 5th means its an augmented chord!!!

Not without a 3rd...

The other insruments could imply an A, which would make it a D major; they could imply a B, making it a B minor.


Usually that voicing is used as a passing chord (although it's not a chord on its own), like:

D---------2---
A-5---5---2---
E-3---2---0---

So it's most likely functioning as a Bm or a D.