#1
Tuning - Drop D
E. 8
B. 10
G. 10
D. 8
A. 8
D . 8

what kind of shape is that? since the root note on the D string wich is a "A#/Bb" is it some sort of "A#/Bb" chord? but i noticed i can move it anywhere on the neck and sounds good, so is it like a barre chord?

thanks
#2
1, very few people would ever call it "A#" due to the A# major chord appearing in such few keys. For this reason, Im only going to refer to it as Bb.
2, the notes in the chord are Bb F Bb F A C, if I'm not mistaken.
For the lack of a D there, in no way is it a Bb chord.
3, I'd look at as a Fadd4 chord.
Or, specifically,
Fadd/Bb.
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#4
Quote by UtBDan
1, very few people would ever call it "A#" due to the A# major chord appearing in such few keys. For this reason, Im only going to refer to it as Bb.
2, the notes in the chord are Bb F Bb F A C, if I'm not mistaken.
For the lack of a D there, in no way is it a Bb chord.
3, I'd look at as a Fadd4 chord.
Or, specifically,
Fadd/Bb.


thanks.

how would i find how to learn what chords are what. and even make some add4 chords?
#5
Chord names are all built off of the scale they come from (C major chord is made from the root, third, and fifth of the C major scale, and so on). Look for some lessons on this site about things like that.
#6
Quote by Kidzelda
Chord names are all built off of the scale they come from (C major chord is made from the root, third, and fifth of the C major scale, and so on). Look for some lessons on this site about things like that.


thank you very much!