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Need help with some chords

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HeavyGuitar  
16 Mar 2009 12:24 | Quote
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I play this chord progression in G minor, but i don't know what the chords is called.
G|-3-|
D1-5-|

G|-2-|
D1-3-|
And
G|-5-|
D1-7-|
What kinda chords is this?

I doesen't really matter cause i know where and how they sound good, but its just good to know what kinda chords im playing:)
HeavyGuitar  
16 Mar 2009 12:24 | Quote
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Forgot to press the "tab" thing, but i think u get the idea:)
Guitarslinger124  
16 Mar 2009 12:36 | Quote
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the first chord is a 3rd (G3) but if you add C# you can make it Gdim. or if you add a D its just Gmin.

the second chord is Gdim. without the root so its just A# and C#.

the third chord is almost an inverted Gmaj. (you arent playing G) because youre playing the B instead of A#.
HeavyGuitar  
16 Mar 2009 12:46 | Quote
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I see:) Thanks man:D
Guitarslinger124  
16 Mar 2009 13:29 | Quote
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glad i could help.
Taylor  
16 Mar 2009 15:01 | Quote
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well. I don't think your in Gm to tell you the truth. there's no sharps in the key of Gm by the way. I'm pretty sure the chords your playing are G Minor - F Major - A Minor
it seems to me that your in F Major/Dminor. If originally you were playing chords in Gm, this could just be modulation. read it up.
Taylor  
16 Mar 2009 15:07 | Quote
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I take that back about being in Fmajor. you could be in a billion different keys, but unless you play Am with a flat 5th, I think your more lenient towards F major (only because of the natural E).
guitarmastergod  
21 Mar 2009 20:25 | Quote
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Taylor says:
there's no sharps in the key of Gm by the way


there is an A# and D# in Gm
Afro_Raven  
22 Mar 2009 11:51 | Quote
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guitarmastergod: What you are saying is technically true, but the key of Gm is Bb and Eb - I know what you said is correct enharmonically but the key is written with 2 flats, not sharps.

Afro


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