#1
does anyone know how to play the D#7 chord? i cant figure out how. thanks in advance.
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#5
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Are you referring to a seventh chord based on D# or a D chord with a #7 (which would be enharmonic to an octave anyway)?


idk. its in the progression that my teacher gave me. so i have no idea. im just going to ask him on monday. thanks though guys.
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#7
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What key is the progression in?



G#m (weird key i know)
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#8
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G#m (weird key i know)

Then it's a seventh chord built off D#, which contains the notes D# Fx A# and C#. You can play it the way WhiteStripesIII suggested if you want.

The (Fx) means F double sharp.
#9
thanks
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#10
Sure, glad to help. Of course there are other voicings; anytime you can find those four notes you'll be able to create a D#7 anywhere on the neck.