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A6 or relative minor

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nullnaught  
2 Sep 2010 23:24 | Quote
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If the notes are the same for an A6 and it's relative minor, how do you know which one you are useing? Isn't the A6 an inversion of the F#minor7
Admiral  
3 Sep 2010 07:03 | Quote
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It depends on how you look at it.
MoshZilla1016  
3 Sep 2010 16:18 | Quote
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It's also relative to DMaj7



A6 F#m/C# DMaj7
e--2------2------2---
B--2------2------2---
G--2------2------2---
D--4------4------4---
A--0------4------5---
E

The bass note most time gives the key but that is not always the case.
E.Koreman  
23 Jan 2011 15:16 | Quote
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nullnaught says:
how do you know which one you are useing

It's your choice what the root is. Any chord is actually several chords at once. Each note is root to a different chord.

And no @MoshZilla1016, the bass note does NOT give the key. It gives the key of a possible chord which may be the chord you had in mind. Think beyond that. break chords up in intervals and their inversions. Understanding chords becomes much easier and you'll have much more freedom in playing. It works in melodies too.
MoshZilla1016  
23 Jan 2011 16:27 | Quote
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I gave 3 examples with the middle one being F#m/C# with the statement..
MoshZilla1016 says:
The bass note most time gives the key but that is not always the case.

so you said...
E.Koreman says:
And no @MoshZilla1016, the bass note does NOT give the key. It gives the key of a possible chord which may be the chord you had in mind. Think beyond that.

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case211  
23 Jan 2011 20:02 | Quote
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...*facepalm*...


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