#3
Can't Think Of The Name Off The Top Of My Head, But It's The One That 'The Pink Panther' Theme Ends On. It's A Good Substitute Instead Of Ending On A Normal Minor Chord. It Sound's Sort of Mysterious And A Bit Eerie.

E----|
B-7--|
G-8--|
D-9--|
A-10-|
E-0--|


Enjoy!

Edit - The Person Below Me Said The Name, It's An EmMaj9.

And Here's The Version I Tend To Use *Because I Play In Dropped D*

E----|
B-5--|
G-6--|
D-7--|
A-8--|
D-0--|


And That Would Be A DmMaj9.

I deeply regret the 6661 in my username. Siiiigh. Damn you, 14 year old me, you edgy little bastard.
Last edited by Carl6661 at Mar 18, 2008,
#5
I believe that America would do better with a democratic president, but that's so much off topic!
.. Anyway, have you ever tried Cm7? :
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#7
Quote by slash2005
try a h chord. its really hard


Actually no - it's just a B chord, because in some parts of northern Europe a B is still referred to as an H.
#9
Chords don't sound anything on their own. Context is all that matters.
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#10
doesnt skin and bones by foo fighters concist only of a d chord or maybe its a g im not sure
#11
Quote by slash2005
those damn northern europeans cover every base


Exactly, but I just saved you from looking silly if you're ever vacationing there.
#12
Quote by slash2005
depends what music your into. its a pretty vague question.



Anything that sounds good. I respect everyone's opinions and tastes and will experiment with any progression.
#13
ok. IMO listen to incubus and learn the chords in most of there more mellow stuff. mike einziger is a good example of an out of the square guitarist in the sense of chord shapes and voicings.
#14
Quote by slash2005
doesnt skin and bones by foo fighters concist only of a d chord or maybe its a g im not sure

its a Dmin7 but it changes to Gmin7 too

i like this one its a major sixth chord i believe

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Last edited by Don't Read This at Mar 18, 2008,
#15
As Arch said, it's all about the context. A chord progression, however, would create context for each chord involved, or maybe the use of a certain chord of a key or whatever. For instance, Neapolitan chords are pretty cool. Something you don't hear too much of is a VIsus#2 in a minor key, which sounds pretty interesting immediately after the tonic(Am Fm Am Fm). On a jazzier note, bVImaj7 chords are interesting IMO(Cmaj7 Abmaj7). Some of my notation is probably a bit off as I'm note entirely sure as to how to notate chords built off of scale degrees.
#16
I really like this one, it's just a plain C minor, but it has an interesting feel to it to me.
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#17
k ive figured out few chords through my music travels ill note them best i can, dont know their names...

E-0-0-2-1-x-x-e E-0-7-9-8-9-x-e E-0-x-1-4-0-x-e

theres alot of exotic sounding chords in different tunings check out someothings missing by John Mayer