#1
I was just playing around and came up with this, what's it called?


e|--2---||
B|------||
G|------||
D|--2---||
A|--2---||
E|------||


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#2
Bsus4
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#4
Thanks.
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#5
Better description. The E in the bass makes it an Em+9/Emsus2. If you mute the E then it will have more of a Bsus4 feel.
#7
there is no E in the bass.
What? You lie. Don't get more bassy than an open E (on a guitar, anyway).

Notes, from bottom E to top E: E, B, E, G, B, F#.

In E, it's the root, minor 3rd (G), 5th (B) and a seemingly random major 2nd(F#). So I say maybe the F# is an accidental, so it's Em with an added major 2nd. As to naming that, I have no idea.

In B, it's the root, 4th (E), 5th(F#), and minor 6th(G). Bsus4 with an added minor 6th, again I can't name that.

In G, it's root, major 3rd (B), major 6th (E) and major 7th (G). And I refuse to even try to name it...

In F#, it's root, minor 2nd (G), 4th (B), and minor 7th (E). As in G, I don't even know how to start naming it.
#8
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What? You lie. Don't get more bassy than an open E (on a guitar, anyway).


But are the open notes struck?

Because the notes that stand there are B,E and F#

So it could be an Esus2/B
#9
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But are the open notes struck?

Because the notes that stand there are B,E and F#

So it could be an Esus2/B


I was wondering the same thing. I was thinking Esus2.
#10
Quote by MopMaster
What? You lie. Don't get more bassy than an open E (on a guitar, anyway).

Notes, from bottom E to top E: E, B, E, G, B, F#.

In E, it's the root, minor 3rd (G), 5th (B) and a seemingly random major 2nd(F#). So I say maybe the F# is an accidental, so it's Em with an added major 2nd. As to naming that, I have no idea.

In B, it's the root, 4th (E), 5th(F#), and minor 6th(G). Bsus4 with an added minor 6th, again I can't name that.

In G, it's root, major 3rd (B), major 6th (E) and major 7th (G). And I refuse to even try to name it...

In F#, it's root, minor 2nd (G), 4th (B), and minor 7th (E). As in G, I don't even know how to start naming it.


Do you understand how tab works? There is no low E being played.
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#11
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In G, it's root, major 3rd (B), major 6th (E) and major 7th (G). And I refuse to even try to name it...



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#12
Quote by MopMaster
What? You lie. Don't get more bassy than an open E (on a guitar, anyway).

Notes, from bottom E to top E: E, B, E, G, B, F#.

In E, it's the root, minor 3rd (G), 5th (B) and a seemingly random major 2nd(F#). So I say maybe the F# is an accidental, so it's Em with an added major 2nd. As to naming that, I have no idea.

In B, it's the root, 4th (E), 5th(F#), and minor 6th(G). Bsus4 with an added minor 6th, again I can't name that.

In G, it's root, major 3rd (B), major 6th (E) and major 7th (G). And I refuse to even try to name it...

In F#, it's root, minor 2nd (G), 4th (B), and minor 7th (E). As in G, I don't even know how to start naming it.


what the hell are you talking about?
#13
there is an B E and F#
The bass is a B so it could be a Bsus4..
just leave it at an Bsus4 or an inversed Esus2
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