Originally Posted by: AkiraIt's still an E chord because the note of E still exists; it's on the second string (the B string.) The root note doesn't always need to be the deepest note.
Oh...I thought in order to tell if it was a certain type of chord you had to have it as the lowest note. Then how would know if a C chord is a C chord if it has a g note in it, couldn't that be the root note instead? Well I suppose not...because a g note does not have the same notes required to make up a chord as does a c (answered my own question :rolleyes: ).
I have one more question about chord. Barred or not, if they are all
moved up or down the fret boared will they form new chord or is it certain ones that will do that? Thank you for the help everyone, you guys are awsome :cool:, I don't think anyone uses the word awsome anymore. I guess I'm a dork.