#2
F#m, looks like to me.

Edit - Wait. Maybe not. Gimme a minute.

Edit 2 - Yeah, looks like F#m (because of the capo) with a chromatic D# thrown in.
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#4
Are you saying that you're playing the open position chord forms that you listed with a capo at the second fret, or are you actually playing the chords that you listed?

With the chords you listed, you're in E minor until the B7, which means that you're making a quick shift to E harmonic minor before you change back to E minor. If you take the capo into effect, you're playing in F# minor until you play B7, in which case you're making a quick shift to F# harmonic minor.