I am not sure that is a tritone. I think those are octaves. I think you can find the tritone in the song black sabbath by guess who ?
You can just say Em maj9 (since an 9th chord implies the 7th, and the major quality is taken to apply to the 7th).Em(maj7)9 without the root (since the piece is in e min)
It probably has a name. i don't know it though. It is the chord you can hear at the end of the james bond theme.
Well, if the aim is to play music, it is probably clearer to say play that hendrix chord, instead of play that 7#9. A lot less explaining to do, and bam, you can jam.Names like "The Hendrix Chord" are detrimental to players because they never learn that it's a 7#9 chord. Saying "play the Hendrix Chord" to group of serious players is like admitting you're a chump before the drum even clicks off the first downbeat.
It always amazes me that guitar is the only instrument where people actually believe that a lack of knowledge is better for their playing. Well, maybe harmonica too.
Speaking of Beatles chords, what is the opening chord of the song “All I’ve Gotta Do” on the “With the Beatles” album?