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post Aug 20 2010, 07:22 AM
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I was just messing around with some notes to see what kinda sounds I could get and this came along. I don't know what its called but its sounds creepy, especially when used with delay, reverb, and touch or chorus. Reminds me of a scene in a movie where Dracula is eyeballing his prey tongue.gif

Anybody know what its called?

e|-----------------2------------
b|------1------1-----1----1---
g|---------4------------4------
d|--3---------------------------
a|------------------------------
e|------------------------------


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post Aug 20 2010, 07:52 AM
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Well, according to some chord finder (I know, too lazy sometimes), it can be called (assuming you you don't use the E and A strings) :

F5addb5addb9
F5addb5addb2
CM7sus4b5/F
F#M#11sus4/F
F#M7sus4b5/F

Not the most common chords biggrin.gif

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post Aug 20 2010, 08:10 AM
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QUOTE (Rik Veldhuizen @ Aug 20 2010, 02:52 AM) *
Well, according to some chord finder (I know, too lazy sometimes), it can be called (assuming you you don't use the E and A strings) :

F5addb5addb9
F5addb5addb2
CM7sus4b5/F
F#M#11sus4/F
F#M7sus4b5/F

Not the most common chords biggrin.gif


Thanks dude, imagine trying to tell someone what chord you're playing, its quite a mouthful smile.gif


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Daniel Realpe
post Aug 20 2010, 06:11 PM
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basically you are doing two diminished chords on top of each other,

one on C, and another a fourth up, on F


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post Aug 20 2010, 08:02 PM
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QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Aug 20 2010, 01:11 PM) *
basically you are doing two diminished chords on top of each other,

one on C, and another a fourth up, on F


Cool dude, thanks for explaining it that way, it actually makes more sense now smile.gif


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