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Discussion in 'Guitar Lessons' started by Howard2k, Oct 28, 2017.
Wouldn't that be a D minor chord?
I'm bad at music theory, so someone correct me if I'm wrong.
You are correct, sir.
Not that I know how to figure this out, but I know a website that does:
That's pretty cool. I haven't seen that site before. I usually just take a few minutes to work out the intervals in my head.
yours is the better way
Thanks 1000x for this!!!
Looking at the alternative suggestions shown there:
D minor is fine
F6/D is technically correct, but I can't offhand think of a context where that would be preferred to Dm
Asus4#5/D is just, well, insane. This is a perfect example of how those chord finder sites are all very well, but don't have any common sense. No one, ever, would use that name for that chord.
Dm, theres a whole bunch of "pretty" chords above the 5th fret using open strings. their kind of nice in the right songs