#1
Please don't flame i know i'm stupid but what is this chord?
I know its not F, its Fsomething because the F note on the High E string is brought down by one note so what would this chord be?

e|--0
B|--1
G|--2
D|--3
A|--X
E|--X
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Chord of David, eh?
G Sus, perhaps?
#4
It is Fmaj7.
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#5
Quote by Muggus
Off the top of my head, Am/F possibly?


Am ??? How did you come up with that?

EDIT: I read it wrong, I see how you could have mistaken that. Sorry, it's late.
#6
Thanks guys!


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Am ??? How did you come up with that?

i concur, how did you come up with that?
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Chord of David, eh?
G Sus, perhaps?
#7
Am/F and Fmaj7 are the same chord, but yeh i would call it an Fmaj7, don't know why but thats how it is.
#8
Quote by GuitarGuitar
Am/F and Fmaj7 are the same chord, but yeh i would call it an Fmaj7, don't know why but thats how it is.


The the root note of the Am/F is "F". On a regular Am, the root is an E.... but since you're playing the 3rd fret instead of the 2nd fret (where the E is) then, the new root is an F....


Did i confuse you guys more?
#9
The bass note of Am/F is F, the root note is still A.

In a regular Am, neither the bass nor the root are E.
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