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  • #16






    Quote Originally Posted by daddymack
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    we generally just call that chord an A minor 7




    How could I be so frikken stuuuupid. Of course it's an Am7. I was trying to figure out the notes in the progression, by using this awful "on-line chord name finder", where you insert the notes on a diagram of a guitar-neck, and that "Cno5/E" was the name they gave to the chord. I was too brain-dead to even think of what I was looking at, Good catch Daddymack.



    Actually, I'm only playing that Am7 for one note, and I'm only playing the 1,2,3rd strings (or, plucking the 1st and 3rd), then drop my ring-finger down on the 5th string 3rd-fret, to complete a C chord for one note, then blah,blah,blah.



    Here's the chord-name finder I was using. The spacing between the frets is awful, so the perspective is a little skewed. I probably didn't remove the "x" from some of the strings that are played "open"



    http://www.chorderator.com/cgi-bin/d...&tuning=EADGBE
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    • #17
      B1N, just have a drink of di-hydrogen oxide (think about it a moment) and don't beat yourself up too much. . Mark C.
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      • #18






        Quote Originally Posted by Miko Man
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        B1N, just have a drink of di-hydrogen oxide (think about it a moment) and don't beat yourself up too much. . Mark C.




        Can I make that a double?
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        • #19
          Well actually, what was described and what was named are two differnt chords. Cno5/E would be just that. Unless you played C6no5/E in which case it's an Am/E. But what was described sounds more like an Am7, although if there's an E as the root, and no A present then it's really a C/E.

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          • #20
            Well, I don't get how it could be a 'Cno5' if the G string is being played open?



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            • #21
              Well, I don't get how it could be a 'Cno5' if the G string is being played open?



              Yep, that's where the clear as mud starts. I guess when machines take over from humans, funny things happen

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