#1
e--2
b--3
g--
d--
a--
e--

basically I play a d but then pull my index finger off, it sounds pretty cool and I can't find it anywhere, help
#2
It's not a chord, it's a major third interval.

EDIT: If you're pulling your index finger off...I still wouldn't call it a chord. You're just playing a few notes from the D major scale.
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#3
Quote by Project Pat
e--2
b--3
g--
d--
a--
e--

basically I play a d but then pull my index finger off, it sounds pretty cool and I can't find it anywhere, help


What strings are you hitting? just the 1st two ??
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#4
Quote by Archeo Avis
It's not a chord, it's a major third interval.


+1. chords, technically speaking, are at least three notes. other than that its just a small group of notes played at the same time.

but **** technicalities.
#5
A major third interval, yes, but strongly suggestive of a D major chord.
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#6
Ye maybe u accidently hit an open G as wel since u take the index off, in ur head u could be hearing that harmony.

I mean I don't hear anything "interesting" in taking the A note away.

Maybe this is the case?:
e|-2--2--------------------------|
B|-3--3--------------------------|
G|-2--0--(index finger gone)|

Or u hear the harmony as an D/A Chord to a D chord?

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Last edited by xxdarrenxx at Nov 10, 2008,