Hi, Johnny - long time . . .
Hey, now thst's a neat chord name, huh? Thanks.
I'd probably use a different name, if I was playing with someone & wanted to show them . . . I'd probably call it:
"Look - see? It's this one here, hold it like this!"
It may be longer to say, but it sure is easier to remember.
But seriously, I like the sound of that chord next to an F# . . .
It can almost sound pedantic, but I worked an upbeat afterbeat-type rhythm into it, and it changed from pedantic to carefree - hard to decribe.
Go from this chord (the F# sus 2 (#5)) to a F#sus4 to a F7#, but do it super-quickly. There's a lot of distance between these chords; it's a tad more work to do it smoothly . . .
Play around with some different rhythms, and you'll see how it goes from solumn to carefree . . .
These were 2 chords in a new song, about a week old, & still in progress.
I appreciate all the insights from all you guys. I couldn't find the chord listed anywhere . . .
Johnny - I've been good. I've been playing every monday, but I'm getting burned out with playing the blues. One of the guys I've been jamming with can't really play anything but the blues.
But I like a lot of different styles . . .
I'm not sure what type of music this chord we've been discussing is akin to . . .