This might be sort of a basic question, but I've been searching the internet for long enough and I thought I'd just ask: I'm a guitarist, trying to create a tab on ultimate-guitar.com. In this tab, there is a certain chord which I'm not sure how to write down:
It's mostly a standard Am chord, but instead of the high E at the end you play F, so it looks like this:
Fret: Note: X-----X 0-----A 2-----E 2-----A 1-----C 1-----F
This would be Am with a minor 6th. I thought it would just be Am6, but apparently that implies a major 6th (F# instead of F). So how do I write it correctly?
The song I'm tabbing is in the key of Am (or C maybe). The progression goes Am, C, F, G, then this chord.
The answer I picked:
In the end I went with FM7/A, because it was the only thing I ever searched on google which actually listed the above as a variation. I would have given @Richard some credit because I believe he suggested that first, but he only put it as a comment. I might have also gone with Amaddb13, but ultimate-guitar didn't recognize that notation. Thanks a lot to @Fugu for not only giving both these answers in the end but also explaining them :)