#1
Anyone here know the names of these chords? ARE they chords?
e|---0---|
B|---3---|
G|---0---|
D|---0---|
A|---3---|
E|---X---|

e|---0---|
B|---3---|
G|---0---|
D|---0---|
A|---2---|
E|---X---|

e|---0---|
B|---3---|
G|---0---|
D|---0---|
A|---0---|
E|---X---|

e|---0---|
B|---3---|
G|---0---|
D|---0---|
A|---0---|
E|---3---|
Gear:
Agile Ash RB 828
Schecter C-7 (old 90s style headstock)
Handbuilt 6-string V
Handbuilt Baritone scale 6 string Iceman-copy
Pod HD300
#3
any fingering that has more than at least two different notes is technically a chord.
Whether it is pleasing to the ear is relative to taste.
#4
The last two are the same? Whut. It adds a tone and a half...

EDIT: My friend took the first 3 from Tom Sawyer, and they sound pretty good together.
Gear:
Agile Ash RB 828
Schecter C-7 (old 90s style headstock)
Handbuilt 6-string V
Handbuilt Baritone scale 6 string Iceman-copy
Pod HD300
#5
Quote by anubiz03
Cadd9

Em7

The two last are both A7sus4


+1

Quote by Jango22
The last two are the same? Whut. It adds a tone and a half...

EDIT: My friend took the first 3 from Tom Sawyer, and they sound pretty good together.


the last two have the same notes... the first one will just sound more "full"
#6
Okaaayy...*still doesnt understand but will accept it*
Gear:
Agile Ash RB 828
Schecter C-7 (old 90s style headstock)
Handbuilt 6-string V
Handbuilt Baritone scale 6 string Iceman-copy
Pod HD300
#8
Quote by Jango22
Okaaayy...*still doesnt understand but will accept it*



e|---0---| <---E
B|---3---| <---D
G|---0---| <---G
D|---0---| <---D
A|---0---| <---A
E|---X---| 

e|---0---| <---E
B|---3---| <---D
G|---0---| <---G
D|---0---| <---D
A|---0---| <---A
E|---3---| <---G


They have the same notes, the only difference is, the second chord has the G as the root note, and also has the octave.

Cadd 9 is a Cmajor (1 3 5) with an added 9th interval (hence the name Cadd9) the 9th interval is the D note, so instead of 1 3 5 it becomes 1 3 5 9.

Em7 is an Eminor (1 3b 5)with an added 7th interval so instead of the chord just being 1 3b 5 it becomes 1 b3 5 b7 (the D note)

A7sus4 is different than those other chords cause it doesn't have a 3rd interval (in the chord) like most chords do....it uses a 4th instead of a 3rd. the intervals are 1 4 5 7...can't really explain it much more cause I don't know much about it.

hopefully you understand intervals otherwise this may confuse you.
Last edited by Swap-Meet at Oct 6, 2008,
#9
I think I get it now...
Gear:
Agile Ash RB 828
Schecter C-7 (old 90s style headstock)
Handbuilt 6-string V
Handbuilt Baritone scale 6 string Iceman-copy
Pod HD300