#1
I found a really nice chord, it goes 005070 (E A G G F# E), what chord is this?
Thanks
#3
Um, I think it would be Eadd9. Definitely not a B, I know that much...
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#4
Quote by hairypineapple
some kinda B


Doesn't even have a ****in B note in it, moron.

Cuz its root is E, its 4th is A, its 3rd G, and its 2nd F#. That makes it Em9/11(No7). And no, there is no ****in B note, hairypineapple. ****in read the posts!
#5
If you do this chord in Guitar Pro, it says:

F#m9- (no5)
A7add13 (no3)
Em11 (no5no7)
#6
powertab say: F#min7-9/E

but i dont know for sure.
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#7
Oh my.. it's the fabled Z chord.. never has someone tried it outside of the Council of String Masters.. I must alert the defenders of the Rosewood, there is a leak in the Elders Chambers..
#8
Quote by Metallist65
Doesn't even have a ****in B note in it, moron.


LMAO!!!
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#9
It's definetly not B or Eadd9 as said above.


Emin6/9? I have no clue. You could ask in the chord sticky in MT.


edit: haha, A isn't the 6, it's the 11. In that case it's Emin11
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Last edited by metal4all at Jun 24, 2008,
#10
Quote by Poglia
If you do this chord in Guitar Pro, it says:

F#m9- (no5)
A7add13 (no3)
Em11 (no5no7)


Like that makes sense. GP ain't smart nough to even figure out the root is E, rulin out the F#m9 and the A7add13. Also, most people and programs forget that if a 2nd is present, it doesn't make it an add9. An add9 chord is completely different. The real name for such chords is (dependin on whether a 3rd is present or not and flat or not) maj9(No7), min9(No7), or sus2. An add9 chord is a Jazz chord that is very dissonant, not a chord with a 2nd added.
#11
Quote by cmonaco
Oh my.. it's the fabled Z chord.. never has someone tried it outside of the Council of String Masters.. I must alert the defenders of the Rosewood, there is a leak in the Elders Chambers..


You officially annoy me.
#12
Quote by Metallist65
Like that makes sense. GP ain't smart nough to even figure out the root is E, rulin out the F#m9 and the A7add13. Also, most people and programs forget that if a 2nd is present, it doesn't make it an add9. An add9 chord is completely different. The real name for such chords is (dependin on whether a 3rd is present or not and flat or not) maj9(No7), min9(No7), or sus2. An add9 chord is a Jazz chord that is very dissonant, not a chord with a 2nd added.

You have heard of slash chords and chord inversions, yes?

Again, it's Emin11 (it has to be). It has a root of E, the intervals match up, you don't have to have the 5 or 7 (even though i'm pretty sure you should keep the 7 because it's flattened), so it makes sense.
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#14
Quote by -Blue-
My chord finder says it's "Em sus4 add9 (no5)"


A suspended chord means there isn't a 3 and it's replaced by a 2 or 4. In this case the b3 (G) is present.
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#16
Quote by Metallist65
Like that makes sense. GP ain't smart nough to even figure out the root is E, rulin out the F#m9 and the A7add13. Also, most people and programs forget that if a 2nd is present, it doesn't make it an add9. An add9 chord is completely different. The real name for such chords is (dependin on whether a 3rd is present or not and flat or not) maj9(No7), min9(No7), or sus2. An add9 chord is a Jazz chord that is very dissonant, not a chord with a 2nd added.


...just cuz it has other notes in it ohter than root and 5th doesnt mean its a jazz chord buddy boy. and just because the e is the bass note doesnt mean its an e chord.
your music theory fails. end of story.