I consider the James Bond chord to be a seminal chord. What are some other examples of seminal chords, if we come to define a seminal chord as a chord that defined an artist or band, made famous by them (Although maybe not invented by them)
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E3 B3 G4 B4 D#5 F#5
You can think of it as an Em9 with M7 instead of regular m7.
Or, as Rosie suggested, an E minor triad on the bottom and a B major triad on the top.
Guitar tablature: (barre on fret 2 from string 1 to string 5, low E open string)
--2-- --4-- --4-- --5-- --2-- --0--