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This voicing of A9 omits the third of the chord.
This voicing for A9 is commonly used in the jazz genre.
This voicing for A9 utilizes a common movable chord shape.
This voicing for A9 combines a movable chord shape with a low, open root note.
This voicing for A9 combines open strings with higher, fretted notes.
This is a rootless of voicing of A9/C#.
Get your thumb ready for this voicing of A9/E!
This voicing for A9 is played fingerstyle.
This A9 chord is played in second inversion. The fifth of the chord (E) is played in the bass. Notice how the root note is omitted from the chord.
This is a rootless voicing for A9. The third of the chord (C#) is played in the bass.
This voicing for A9 is played on the four highest strings.
This A9 chord is played in first inversion.
This is a rootless voicing for A9. The b7 (G) is played in the bass.
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The A9(no 3rd) guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: