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Old 08.25.2008, 04:27 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Glice
The first isn't a 'real' chord but can have a chordal/ modal/ melodic relationship to the rest of the song - in that instance, you'd have the major tritone if the bass were playing a B (the seventh note of the scale of F) or the B string was fretted at 2, which is A, the third note necessary for a 5th chord (F5).

Glice - a quick question: In relation to the F (major) scale, isn't B the flatted fifth? And if you fret the B string at 2, would you not get C sharp?
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