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    Hi,

    I need to know the name of theses chords :

    For the first chord E3, A2, D0, G0, B3 .
    Second chord; E5, A4, D0, G0, B5 ;
    thrid : E7, A6, D0, G0, B7

    Three other chords: A7,D6,G0, B7. A5, D4, G0, B5. A3,D2, G0, B3



    Thank you so much to tell me what's the name of this chords (and notes which compose them) and what can i do to find the root and the name of any chords if I "translate other music tab" .

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    Quote Originally Posted by pow
    Hi,

    I need to know the name of theses chords :

    For the first chord E3, A2, D0, G0, B3 .
    Second chord; E5, A4, D0, G0, B5 ;
    thrid : E7, A6, D0, G0, B7

    Three other chords: A7,D6,G0, B7. A5, D4, G0, B5. A3,D2, G0, B3



    Thank you so much to tell me what's the name of this chords (and notes which compose them) and what can i do to find the root and the name of any chords if I "translate other music tab" .
    I am assuming the numbers are indicating the place on a piano.
    If that is the case, the range doesn't effect the name of the chord.
    The first three chords are all G9.
    GBD triad with a 7th (E) and 9th (A).
    The other three chords are still G9 but without the 7th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pow
    Hi,

    I need to know the name of theses chords :

    For the first chord E3, A2, D0, G0, B3 .
    Second chord; E5, A4, D0, G0, B5 ;
    thrid : E7, A6, D0, G0, B7

    Three other chords: A7,D6,G0, B7. A5, D4, G0, B5. A3,D2, G0, B3



    Thank you so much to tell me what's the name of this chords (and notes which compose them) and what can i do to find the root and the name of any chords if I "translate other music tab" .

    You can figure out the notes for yourself. There must be at least a million places on the internet that show you where the notes are located on the fretboard.

    Do that work, first, then you might find more people willing to help with how to name them.

    .

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    First chord: E3, A2, D0, G0, B3.
    The notes are: G, B, D, G, D. It's a Gmaj triad with the G and D doubled.

    Second Chord:
    E5, A4, D0, G0, B5.
    The notes are: A, C#, D, G, E. It's a A7 11.

    Third chord:
    E7, A6, D0, G0, B7.
    The notes are: B, D#, D, G, F#. You can look at it as a B7 #9, b13. But is quite strange.

    The other three chords, the first one doesn't make much sense, the notes for the second one are: D, F#, G, E. You can look at it as a Dmaj9 with the 11th, but doesn't make much sense, so meaby a D7 9, 11 omit 7. The notes for the third chord are: C, E, G, D. It's a Cmaj triad with the 9th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pow
    Hi,

    I need to know the name of theses chords :

    For the first chord E3, A2, D0, G0, B3 .
    Second chord; E5, A4, D0, G0, B5 ;
    thrid : E7, A6, D0, G0, B7

    Three other chords: A7,D6,G0, B7. A5, D4, G0, B5. A3,D2, G0, B3

    If that's what you mean then: G major Chord, A11, Third chord is unusual and I'm not sure how to name it, could call it Bb13#9 but with an F# on top it is an unusual sound for that chord.



    Thank you so much to tell me what's the name of this chords (and notes which compose them) and what can i do to find the root and the name of any chords if I "translate other music tab" .
    What does it mean... E3... E string 3rd fret? Never seen this before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fep
    What does it mean... E3... E string 3rd fret? Never seen this before.
    Yea, typically I see that as 6-3 (six string, 3rd fret). BUT what really surprises me is that he knows the notes associated with each string, but appears to NOT know the fretboard. Otherwise why not just say "G" instead of E3 or 6-3?????