#1
Is it possible?

If yes, how does it work. Like, which notes get the second suspension.

I dont need a wall of text, just a simple explanation.
#4
Quote by :-D
Yeah, a sus2sus4 is the only notation I've seen that would relate to your question.


Thank you for being straight to the point.

So, its suspending one note twice as opposed to suspending two notes once?
#6
Quote by zeppelinfreak51
Thank you for being straight to the point.

So, its suspending one note twice as opposed to suspending two notes once?

Yes, you are correct. This is because is suspended chord is only using "suspended" to refer to the third.