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A wonderful way to play the D9 chord on the 4th and 5th frets.
This D9 chord features the third in the bass.
This voicing for D9 utilizes a common movable chord shape.
The seventh of this D9 chord is played in the bass.
This voicing for D9 utilizes a movable chord shape.
The third (F#) is omitted from this D9 chord.
The third is omitted from this D9 chord.
Get your thumb ready for this voicing of D9/A!
The thumb, index, and ring fingers are used to fret this D9 chord.
The thumb frets the bass note of this D9/A chord.
This D9 chord is played with an F# bass note. The root note is omitted from the chord.
This D9 voicing is played in second inversion. The fifth (A) is played in the bass.
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