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What chord would this be?

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Nutter166  
6 Jun 2009 05:56 | Quote
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E|---|
B|---|
G|-5-|
D|-x-|
A|-3-|
E|---|

C5 of F5? and how would you put it if just noting chord changes above lyrics?

Thanks :)
brodyxhollow  
6 Jun 2009 06:30 | Quote
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i wouldnt consider it a full chords. that's definitely just C octaves.
blackholesun  
6 Jun 2009 07:19 | Quote
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It's a C octave. You would notate it as C major or C minor, depending on what context it is being used in.
Nutter166  
6 Jun 2009 07:54 | Quote
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well coming after a B5 then into the C5 chord..
JustJeff  
6 Jun 2009 10:16 | Quote
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It's a C major.

This isn't a C5 chord. A C5, or F5, or B5 are chords that only have a 1 and a 5 of the chord, instead of a 1, 3, and 5. For example.

C major is made of C, E, and G, with their note values being 1, 3, and 5 respectively. A C5 chord is just the root and a 5, so it would be only made up of C and G. Your chord there is just two C's, therefore it's just an octave of a note.

A C5 is played like this:



|X|
|X|
|5|
|5|
|3|
|X}
Afro_Raven  
6 Jun 2009 10:17 | Quote
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It's just C octaves, and if it follows a B5 chord it can still be either major or minor.

Afro
Nutter166  
6 Jun 2009 10:22 | Quote
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Oh, right, thanks for the info guys :) I need to start learning me some theory I think ^^

So how would you suggest writting it with show that it has the harmonic on the 3rd?
as it is played as the F5 shape
5
3
3
With a the third playing as a natural harmonic.
RA  
6 Jun 2009 17:42 | Quote
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that starting on the A string would be a sus4


learn your triad shapes!!! on the A string a "C" triad in 1,3,5 inversion would be
G--0
D--2
A--3

then you should be able to move it but just in case move up a whole step you get a "D" triad in 1,3,5

G--2
D--4
A--5
RA  
6 Jun 2009 17:53 | Quote
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http://www.justinguitar.com/en/CH-008-Triads.php

this is a start of what I'm taking about


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