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Name this guitar chord!

Doc

Trust me, I'm The Doctor.
V.I.P.
It looks so much like D sus4, but I know it's not. It's played a fret lower, and I just need to know the name for it. I thought it was Dm7, but I was very wrong.


Code:
e--3--
B--3--
G--2--
D--0--
A--x--
E--x--
 
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house

New Member
It's got 2 D's, an "A", and a "G", which should be a Dsus4, it looks like it's just a different way to play it.
 

Van

Heavy Weapons Guy
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It is simply a Dsus chord. no 4 is required because a suspended chord means a 1,4,5 as opposed to a normal major chord of 1,3,5
If you mean the entire chord is 1 fret lower than what you posted than it is a C#sus chord
 
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Doc

Trust me, I'm The Doctor.
V.I.P.
Thanks, I actually figured that out sometime ago. Appreciate the reply, though.
 
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