#5
Quote by Deagle-Eyes
But the fact that it has a low open E string, doesn't it affect the chord name?
A5/E

It is my opinion that a significant part of a sus chord wanting to resolve is the interval between the 4 and 5. Without B in that chord, the resolution to E is not as strong, so I would consider it A5 with the 5th in the bass.
#8
Quote by bangoodcharlote
A5/E

It is my opinion that a significant part of a sus chord wanting to resolve is the interval between the 4 and 5. Without B in that chord, the resolution to E is not as strong, so I would consider it A5 with the 5th in the bass.


Or you could just say A5.
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#11
Quote by :-D
She gave an explanation for the correct name, which is A5/E.

Your problem with this is?


I have no problem. I gave an alternative.
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#13
Quote by branny1982
^It is not an alternative. Yours is the same chord with less information given.

Personally, when there is tab present i never give the slash..... because why would you need it?


I meant alternative in the sense that I left out the slash. I am perfectly aware that its the same chord.
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