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Musical Phrase

Here's a little musical phrase i've been playing with on the guitar. I'm more interested in the chord sequence than the melody.

I was guessing it would come out as the typical D Am C G sequence i like, but it appears different, ie. it's not a transposition of it: F F? G E

Given that a chord needs 3 pitches and this phrase only has two (per measure), i'm curious to know how it would sound with either chord selected. For example in measure 1 i have F A, well it could be F major if i add a C, or Dm if i add a D.

Recording Coming

Once i learn how to record myself, i'll put up a sample of my playing.
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