#1
Hey sorry if a thread for this purpose exists, but I didn't find one. I've been playing guitar for a little while but I'm brand new to music theory. I'm writing this song and I constructed the chord but I can't find a technical name for it on any website or in my book. Anybody know? It has to be some variation on an F#.

--2--
--3--
--4--
--4--
--2--
--2--

Thanks ahead of time.
- Josh
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#3
obviously a Bmin, but this extends the index finger a little farther to fret an F# bass note
#7
Well I used Chordfind.com, where you can put in the fingering and it tells you the chord. It didn't find anything so I tried viewing the chord, but since I was looking through F# and its variations like an idiot I didn't find it.
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#8
Yea its B minor with a sharp fifth.

i love threads like this so i can test mah music theory skillz
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#9
Quote by TacoPaco9317
Yea its B minor with a sharp fifth.

i love threads like this so i can test mah music theory skillz


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#10
Quote by TacoPaco9317
Yea its B minor with a sharp fifth.

i love threads like this so i can test mah music theory skillz

The sharpened fifth of B is G

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