#1
It's denoted as Dm7-5. I have no clue what the -5 is actually standing for, so I can't harmonize it. Also, is C 9 over 6 the same as C 6 over 9 ?
I already tried the chord sites but I couldn't find it. Does Dm7-5 have another name, and could someone please post how to play it with the root on the 3rd fret. Thanks
#2
I'd play it like these:

e|X
B|9
G|10
D|10
A|X
E|10

with the root in the lower E string, or:

e|X
B|6
G|5
D|6
A|5
E|X

with the root on the A string.

Don't about the third string though...

Hope it helped

ADDED: btw Dm7-5 stands for D minor 7 flat 5
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#3
Yea, the -5 is a minor fifth, so just take the fifth that you normally have in any chord, and lower it down a half step.
The C 6/9 is a C with an augmented 6 and 9, so it's basically a C chord with the sixth and ninth notes in the scale in there. You can also add the third, fifth, and seventh in there, and it will be tonally sound.
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#4
Ohh I know Dm7b5. It's in the same progression at a different time. I'm guessing they were just trying to show different ways to write it. Thanks for the help
#5
Quote by Me@UGC


Don't about the third string though.....




what about this one:

e 1
B 1
G 1
D 0
A -
E -