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The Most "Nicest" Sounding Chord You Know

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Mezzie  
30 Dec 2011 17:56 | Quote
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What's the most sweetest, Nicest, Most Beautiful chord you know? Feel free to name as many as u want, including the tab would be awesome too.
Notim  
30 Dec 2011 18:06 | Quote
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hahmmmm...I don't know what to say
gshredder2112  
30 Dec 2011 18:23 | Quote
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E-0
B-1
G-0
D-2
A-3
E-x


MoshZilla1016  
30 Dec 2011 18:32 | Quote
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Just 2 of my favorites. Each one shown in 2 positions. The 2nd CMaj7 uses a G for the bass note. All of these are movable with roots on the E or A string.


CMaj7 Amin9
e--8----3--------7---3
B--8----5--------5---1
G--9----4--------5---4
D--9----5--------5---2
A--10---3--------7---0
E--8----3--------5-----
telecrater  
30 Dec 2011 19:08 | Quote
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I've really been enjoying the Cmaj7 but I'm a sucker for a sus and add9's too.

Cmaj7
-----------------
--5--------------
--4--------------
--5--------------
--3--------------
-----------------

JustJeff  
30 Dec 2011 19:22 | Quote
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|-0 -| |-0 -| |-0 -|
|-0 -| |-0 -| |-0 -|
|-11-| |-11-| |-11-|
|-9 -| |-9 -| |-9 -|
|-11-| |-9 -| |-7 -|
|-x -| |-x -| |-x -|

macandkanga  
31 Dec 2011 16:05 | Quote
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The "nicest" chord I know is Cmaj open position. My favorite chord in E minor open played/strummed from the bottom string up like in Paint it Black.
thatguitarguy  
31 Dec 2011 22:16 | Quote
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the most upbeat, nice sounding chord I know is Gmaj open position.
Domigan_Lefty  
31 Dec 2011 22:25 | Quote
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I love Minor 7th chords, mostly Gm7 and Cm7.
I also like to throw in a 9th in the minor 7th chords for a fuller, more pleasing sound.

My 2nd favorite would be suspended 2nd and suspended 4th chords.
Esus2 and Gsus2 (and it's not because it's read as Jesus too)
Fbsus4 and Asus4.
Empirism  
6 Jan 2012 02:21 | Quote
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E m7#5
nullnaught  
6 Jan 2012 03:58 | Quote
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Domintate chords without the 5th played anywhere on the B, G, D and A strings.
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--1--
--3--
--2--
--3--
-----
AlexB  
6 Jan 2012 04:58 | Quote
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E-0

B-0

G-8

D-6

A-4

E-x
V3N0M3333  
6 Jan 2012 06:21 | Quote
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min, min 7, dom 7, love diminished the most, sus 2 and 4, maj 7, and these ones that i forgot the names of

the purple haze chord
E|x these two E's are
B|8
G|9
D|6
A|7
E|x unnecessary to me

and this
E|x
B|8
G|6
D|9
A|7
E|x
gshredder2112  
6 Jan 2012 14:21 | Quote
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@V3 I believe the "purple haze chord" Is E7#9.
MoshZilla1016  
6 Jan 2012 16:20 | Quote
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^^^ I do believe you are correct gs.

@V3 Your first E chord looks like an EminMaj7(no5th) and the other is an Emin6.
MoshZilla1016  
6 Jan 2012 16:37 | Quote
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I like to play root to b5 chords but use sus2..sounds great raked. Not really NICE chords but cool anyway.


From this to this
e-0--1-----------------7--8
B-0--3-----------------7--11
G-x--3-----------------9--10
D-2--3-----------------9--8
A-2--1-----------------7--8
E-0--1-----------------x--x

Sorry for the double post but it would not let me add tab in the edit.
matt8675  
7 Jan 2012 12:30 | Quote
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I kinda like EMaj with an F# on the high e string, I guess thats called E sus 2?
Domigan_Lefty  
7 Jan 2012 17:41 | Quote
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A sus 2 or 4 is when you replace the 3rd with a 2nd or 4th.
If it has the 3rd then its an add9 or add11.

Someone correct me if im wrong but thats how I understand it.
V3N0M3333  
7 Jan 2012 22:20 | Quote
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THANKS =D
DarkRiff  
7 Jan 2012 22:25 | Quote
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Cadd9


E-0
B-3
G-0
D-2
A-3
E-x


and

Am9 (with added 5th)


E-7
B-5
G-5
D-5
A-7
E-5
Empirism  
8 Jan 2012 02:41 | Quote
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that Cadd9 is actually just the same chord I mentioned which i typed
E m7#5.

Chord tool gave them both. Is there some reason there are so different chord names to same chord? and which one should be used?
V3N0M3333  
8 Jan 2012 08:10 | Quote
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Empirism says:
Is there some reason there are so different chord names to same chord? and which one should be used?


@Emp I think it depends on what key you're in. There are a bunch of scales that can make the same chord. Well, thats what I think at least idk if I'm right.
MoshZilla1016  
8 Jan 2012 08:27 | Quote
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All 7th chords are closely related to another chord.


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