#1
Dsus2


What scale should I used for it?
Last edited by gtrplyr at May 31, 2008,
#3
Quote by gtrplyr
D#sus2


What scale should I used for it?

Like blue_strat said some more information would be good.

However, standing alone it would more likely be an Ebsus2, which would contain the notes Eb F and Bb. You could play any scale using those notes, really.
#6
Quote by jakewynnrocks
if thats the main chord that your using then i would probably use the d#maj scale..

Again, it's easier to call it the Eb major scale if it makes sense, because the D# major scale is confusing to notate (D# E# F## G# A# B# C##). Eb major is just much easier to use.
Quote by xFilth
Any of the 7 modes except phrygian and locrian

That chord really wouldn't strongly suggest a mode on its own because there's no third and no extensions; however, the major modes could be played only if the harmonic context it's in suggests so. In addition to being wary of using Phrygian and Locrian, Dorian should be treated the same way.
#7
ahhh terribly sorry i knew i was forgeting something


the other chords are in this order


E5
A
Dsus2
Em


I have no idea what key its in but thats the 4 chords

also what would i use over the Dsus2?
#8
Quote by gtrplyr
ahhh terribly sorry i knew i was forgeting something


the other chords are in this order


E5
A
Dsus2
Em


I have no idea what key its in but thats the 4 chords

also what would i use over the Dsus2?

The D major/B minor (depending on where the tonal center is) scale would work well over that whole thing if it's a Dsus2 (not D#sus2), which you incorrectly notated before, I guess.
Last edited by :-D at May 31, 2008,