#1
I was playing around with some blues and I hit this chord i really like.
Can you help me with this?


e-0
b-5 e
g-4 b
d-5 g
a-0
E-0

I know that a G-major is GBE...but that would make the perfect 5th raised a degree...
Can anyone tell me what to call this chord?

also...any scales that you could build around this (1,3,6) chord
thanx

btw...if i made any mistakes..dont eat me up...lol
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#2
Quote by Washburnd Fretz
I was playing around with some blues and I hit this chord i really like.
Can you help me with this?


e-0
b-5 e
g-4 b
d-5 g
a-0
E-0

I know that a G-major is GBE...but that would make the perfect 5th raised a degree...
Can anyone tell me what to call this chord?

also...any scales that you could build around this (1,3,6) chord
thanx

btw...if i made any mistakes..dont eat me up...lol


E B G = Em
So, E aeolian, phrygian or dorian would do the trick
#3
its an "Em/add4"
Gear :

Hofner HS-506
Squier Bullet Strat.......(Sucks ??....maybe.. But i like it )
Marshall MG15CD
#4
Quote by german_46
its an "Em/add4"


Yup. Gotta remember you're playing the open strings too.
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#5
Well, Emadd11, then. Or A9(no 3rd)/E. Or G6add9(no 5th)/E. I just pointed out that EGB are the notes in Em not G.