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Entry from May 03, 2016
“What is the holiest chord?”/“G sus.”

Guitarists know the “G sus” (suspended) chord. There are many “Gsus/Jesus” jokes.
“G sus: God’s favorite chord” was cited in the newsgroup rec.music.bluenote on October 23, 1998.
“What’s the holiest chord in music? Gsus!” was cited on Twitter on October 4, 2009. A popular GIF reads: “GSUS—The holiest chord.”
Wikipedia: Suspended chord
A suspended chord (sus chord) is a musical chord in which the (major or minor) third is omitted, replaced usually with either a perfect fourth or a major second, although the fourth is far more common. The lack of a minor or a major third in the chord creates an open sound, while the dissonance between the fourth and fifth or second and root creates tension.
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>>>  G sus: God’s favorite chord
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God’s favourite note
Doug Livingston
They say God’s favorite chord is G sus.
Urban Dictionary
G sus
A fairly common jazz chord that happens to be pronounced similarly to the familiar religious figure, Jesus.
Is that a G-sus chord in the third bar?
by cazort September 15, 2003
Google Groups: rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic
Religious Guitar Chord
Saw that on a license plate yesterday, and my first thought was that the driver was a guitarist before I got the “message”.
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Doyle Dykes sas that Gsus is God’s favorite chord!
Urban Dictionary
G sus
A major G triad in which, generally, the third of the chord is replaced by the upper neighbor or fourth in the scale. A G sus chord consists of a Root (G), a fourth (C), and fifth (D).
A G sus chord gives a feeling of anticipation, and a feeling of resolution is achieved when the fourth of the chord is resolved back to the major third.
The progression is Am, C and G sus
by bob1963forme July 16, 2005
@transitionpete that reminds me of Gods favorite guitar chord….GSus
8:00 AM - 4 Feb 2009
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God’s favorite chord is…Gsus!!
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@matthewsperkins What’s the holiest chord in music? Gsus! Lawl!
12:53 PM - 4 Oct 2009
Elizabeth Muz
What the Holiest chord? Gsus.- Paul
8:03 PM - 13 Mar 2010
A joke for the harmony lovers:
What is the holiest chord?
12:55 PM - 28 Aug 2010
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