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  • Can you tell me the name of these chords please

    I'm not sure if they are actual chords, but can you explain a little bit about them, thanks

     

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    1. D9.  x-5-4-5-5-(5) = x-root-3rd-b7-9-(5). 

    2. C9. Same shape 2 frets down

    3. Gm7 (assuming 5th string muted). 3-x-3-3-3-x = root-b7-b3-5

    4. D9 again

    5. assuming you mean only the fretted strings, it's a Bb major triad (x-x-3-3-3-x = 5-root-3). If you're also fretting the top E (x-x-3-3-3-3) that's Gm7 or Bb6.

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    • guitarville
      guitarville commented
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      Thanks Jon, much appreciated.


    • wholenewissue
      wholenewissue commented
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      JonR wrote:

      1. D9.  x-5-4-5-5-(5) = x-root-3rd-b7-9-(5). 

      2. C9. Same shape 2 frets down

      3. Gm7 (assuming 5th string muted). 3-x-3-3-3-x = root-b7-b3-5

      4. D9 again

      5. assuming you mean only the fretted strings, it's a Bb major triad (x-x-3-3-3-x = 5-root-3). If you're also fretting the top E (x-x-3-3-3-3) that's Gm7 or Bb6.


      love this place - always looked at that voicing as a Bb or Bb6 if hitting the high e string - never thought of it as a minor 7 voicing but your right - I just learned something new!!!! yippiee

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