#2
I would call it a Gm7 without the root note and a minor 3rd.. But then again =/

Edit: Wait no.. I thought i saw a D-note fretted on the b-string, but it was an E.
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Last edited by LaBum at Feb 12, 2008,
#3
the three notes are D, F, and E. Not quite sure what to call that. According to chordfind.com it's not a chord.
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#4
it is an E-F-D... but cannot figure a name out for it!
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#6
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e-x-
B-5-
G-x-
D-3-
A-5-
E-x-


D F and E

Dm/9 maybe...
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#7
According to Guitar Pro, it could be:
Dmadd9
Fmaj7/D (no5/no3)(however the heck that works)
Eb9(no5/no3)
Eaddb9(no5/no3)
Fmaj7add13.

The only only that makes sens to me is Dmadd9.
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#10
Looks like a Dmadd9 without the fifth. The fifth is consonant enough that it can be omitted most of the time without changing the function of the chord.

EDIT: I totally posted before Isaac...the forum just...cut me off.


Bastard.
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Last edited by Archeo Avis at Feb 12, 2008,
#11
+1 on the Dmadd9 without the fifth is right.

And we believe you archeo

Edit: to jack777, the 2nd is also known as a 9th. Like a 4th is also known as a 11th and so on.
#12
And we believe you archeo


That wasn't a joke at all. I was totally being serious.

^I was totally being serious there, too. No sarcasm at all.
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#14
Quote by Archeo Avis
Looks like a Dmadd9 without the fifth. The fifth is consonant enough that it can be omitted most of the time without changing the function of the chord.

EDIT: I totally posted before Isaac...the forum just...cut me off.


Bastard.


Thats fine. Eitherway we were both correct. No need to be competitive about who said it first.
#15
No need to be competitive about who said it first.


*sigh*

Wasn't being serious. Hence my last post.
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