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jabedoo  
10 Sep 2006 11:15 | Quote
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if you play an open A minor chord and add a C on the 2nd string, is that C6??
mightydave  
10 Sep 2006 17:05 | Quote
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add a C on the 2nd string , in an open a minor chord there already is a C there , hope you mean the b string

and no it doesn't make it a C6 , a minor has the notes A-C-E so adding a C would not change it and it would just stay a minor
CostacheCaragi  
10 Sep 2006 17:12 | Quote
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a C6 chord would have to contain the notes C,E,G,A,
mightydave  
11 Sep 2006 06:46 | Quote
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if you mean 2nd string the A string it would have the notes C-E-A-C-E so the root would change and now the a minor chord is in its 2nd inversion if i'm right but either way it stays an a minor , like caragi says , it would still not contain a G
CostacheCaragi  
11 Sep 2006 16:29 | Quote
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mightydave, if it starts out as an A chord, and adding a c on the 2nd string, the root would not change, just the bass note,
mightydave  
11 Sep 2006 17:56 | Quote
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i know the root doesn't change but i meant 1st inversion instead of 2nd in the first place

but if the bass note is the 2nd note of the chord the chord is in its 1st inversion and if the bass note is the 3nd note of the chord the chord is in its 2nd inversion right?
CostacheCaragi  
12 Sep 2006 16:31 | Quote
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yea, 1st inversion is 3rd in the bass, 2nd is 5th, 3rd is 7th in the bass.
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i think, i dont use them much tho
mightydave  
12 Sep 2006 19:18 | Quote
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ok thx didn't even know there was a third inversion


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