#1
i really hate to make another one of these threads, but i dont have guitar pro around and need to know this chord

i know its D# something

e-1
B-4
G-3
D-1
A-x
E-x
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#3
D#sus2 or A#sus4
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#6
alright thanks. ill just call it D#sus2
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#7
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also, its definitely not a sus chord.



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#8
technically, its not a suspended 2nd, because of the voicing of the F. since the F is on top, its a ninth chord, not a suspended 2nd.
#9
Quote by sidvicious182
its a ninth chord. its basically just a Eb power chord with an F on the top.


Therefore Eb5add9. It could also be called Eb(no3) add9.

Xsus2 is an incorrect chord name, as suspended chords are always when the third rises to a fourth. A "sus2" chord is really the same thing as a different sus4 chord. For example:
"Fsus2" - F, G, C
Csus - C, F, G

From that we can see that the "sus2" is useless, as Xsus2 is the same thing as (X+P5)sus/X. The X refers to any random note. X +P5 refers to the note a perfect fifth above X.

Therefore a way to think of this as a suspended chord would have to be Bbsus/Eb.
#10
WTF are people you saying? Since when does "sus2" not exist? Since when does a 9th chord not have a dominant seventh in it? Come on people, use those brains!

The chord is Ebsus2. Writing it as Eb5add9 is idiotic.
It could also be called Bbsus4/Eb, though this it is unlikely that you would use the chord in this context.

Also, Eb and Bb are enharmonic to D# and A#. Depending on the context, any of those could be correct.