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    Default The 0010 chord

    Can someone please tell me what chord this is?

    0010

    It's an F something, I just can't find it on any chord charts anywhere...
    Mahalo plenty for any help...
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    Fadd2

    http://4stringchords.com/

    I used that
    Oh, hello there.

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    That is exactly what I was looking for. Many mahalos...
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    F9? im too lazy to follow the link.

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    9 is the same as 2. It just goes around again with bigger numbers that you use when naming jazz chords.

    Code:
    1 2 3 4  5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
    F G A Bb C D E F G A  Bb C  D  E  F
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    That one's Fadd9/C if you're tuned high G, or Fadd9/G if you're low G.
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    It's Fadd9 (or add2)

    F9 has a flat 7th in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hippie Guy View Post
    9 is the same as 2.
    Close, but not entirely correct.
    2 is the same as add9.
    The difference is that odd numbers also have all smaller odd numbers included, that means that a 9 chord also has the 7. The 2 (or add9) don't.

    I agree with my 4stringchords (well, I programmed it to think in the same lines as I do!) and call if Fadd2.

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