#1
Me and a couple of buddies are going to write a song for a music project at school and we need some advice. I'm the only one with great interest in music, guitar and such and one of my mates can play some basic piano so that's as far as musical experience we have. I need help with some chord progressions and some theory So far our song looks like this:

Intro: guitar, I'm playing a melody backed up by piano based on Dsus4, D9, C and another chord which I need a name for (I'll call it "the nameless chord" for now), it looks like this:

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


Verse: Dsus4, D9, "the nameless chord" and C
Chorus: Will figure something out

Alright so 2 questions: What's the nameless chord and what scale(s) can I use to make a small solo for the song? And maybe some suggestions on how to spice it up a bit?

#2
the nameless chord is C6sus4
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#4
That chord is actually an F with the fifth in the bass.
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That chord is actually an F with the fifth in the bass.


Ok, but what's the name of the chord ? I need it for the piano you see

Cheers mate
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Ok, but what's the name of the chord ? I need it for the piano you see

Cheers mate

He told you, its an F 2nd inversion
#9
No, it's F.
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