#1
it sounds pretty good where a dim chord should be, but its not a dim, is it? so what is it?

e-------------
B-------------
G-------------
D-----6------
A-----7------
E-----4------
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#2
It's not a chord. It's the notes E and G#.

Could be E/G# or rootless C#m, those seem the most obvious.
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#4
its a g sharp powerchord with the 5th sharpened? so i guess that would be written as G#5#?
#5
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#7
Its not a full triad. But its an E chord with the G# in the bass.... It sounds / functions as an inversion, even though there is no 5th.

E/G#
#8
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E/Ab

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#9
i'm going with guitar munky, i use that interval/chord shape all the time as a major chord.
#11
^ yeah, you're looking at the root and not considering it as an inverted major interval.
#13
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I think it's like A flat something

see z4twenny's post directly above yours...him, elvenkindje & GuitarMunky are right.
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#14
I really like using shapes like that in place of chords. Like for E - D - E - D, you could play


|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|----7---9---7---5-----|
|----4---5---4---2-----|
#15
Augmented G#5?
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#16
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Augmented G#5?


Yes, it can be considered E(no fifth), C#m(no root), or G#+(no third.) I thought that had been established.