#1
my teacher taught me this way to form chords the other day so that the root note is not the first note in the chord.
its formed like this

-------------E
-----6--------B
-----3---------G
-----3--------D
-----5--------A
------------- E
(dont hit either e string)


But what i dont remember from the lesson is what chord that would be. So my questino is if i played that chord, what chord would i be playing and why?
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#2
The notes are

D F A# F
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#3
Bb major... the root version of the triad Bb is 1 3 5 (Bb-d-f) you just have the first inversion with a extra f
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Bb major... the root version of the triad Bb is 1 3 5 (Bb-d-f) you just have the first inversion with a extra f


thanks i get it now
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