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What's chord is this please?

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nullnaught  
7 Aug 2010 23:02 | Quote
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The notes D B and A. Here's what I come up with. Either a B min7 drop the 5. Or a D6 drop the 3rd. As an A chord it don't seem to work at all. Please let me know if it does? Is all of this correct then?
MoshZilla1016  
7 Aug 2010 23:14 | Quote
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e----7-------------
B----10----------3-
G----7-----------2-
D----9-----------0-
A----------------2-
E------------------

Playing either version you get Bm7 no 5th
There's many combos but Bm7 no 5 sounds best
nullnaught  
7 Aug 2010 23:30 | Quote
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Why not the D6 no 3rd?
MoshZilla1016  
8 Aug 2010 00:25 | Quote
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It could be either but with no 3rd it kinda leaves me wanting a little more. You could do this to get the 3rd


e------+---7--
B------+---7--
G---4--+---7--
D---4--+---7--
A---5--+------
E---5--+------
nullnaught  
9 Aug 2010 22:30 | Quote
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But the 5th (in that D6 no third) is equevelent to the power chord and yet more pleasant to the ears. Isn't it?
MoshZilla1016  
10 Aug 2010 15:29 | Quote
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Just my opinion..when you are using partial chords there are NO RIGHTS but if it sounds good the way it is being applied it's OK to use it. On the other hand if it sounds like crap then it's WRONG. I use partial chords a lot when picking triads but want to get a different voice in the chord, I may want to stress the 6 or the 9 just to get that feeling or mood across. Can you send a tab showing how you make the chord?


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