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Start this fingering of the Aadd9 chord on the 6th fret.
Another variation of the Aadd9 chord.
This chord voicing features a standard movable chord shape combined with open strings.
Notice how the ninth is added on the high E string of this voicing for A major.
This is the Aadd9 chord. Since the 1st finger is barring multiple strings, it is ok to avoid playing the high e string if you are unable to play the chord in this way without muffling it.
This Aadd9 chord is played in second inversion.
This Aadd9 chord is played with an E bass note.
This is an Aadd9 chord played in fifth position.
This is a Hendrix style voicing for Aadd9.
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The Aadd9 guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: