Actually it's only two notes so I don't know if it would be a chord, but you are at the 5th fret G string and 6th fret B string. What would you call this combination of notes???

p.s. just as a notice, the specific song I am thinking of that uses this is the Chili Peppers' If You Have To Ask.
well basically its an F5, because the 6 on the B is an F, and the 5 on the G is a C, which is the 5th of G
It seems to be the making of an F but not sure what kind of F. And i'm not thinking it's a minor if that helps any.
It's the top 2/3 of an F power chord.

XX356X = F power chord

So it's an F power chord without the root note lol.
well there you go someone beat me to it
well... it's F5 but inverted. the interval is a perfect 4th (c to f)
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It's the top 2/3 of an F power chord.

XX356X = F power chord

So it's an F power chord without the root note lol.

The root is there F.
damn man my answer was taken but in 2 seperate reply's

experiment's plus kirby's = correct answer
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