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This voicing for E9(no 3rd) is found in the introduction to the song "Black" by Pearl Jam.
This voicing for E9 is commonly used in the jazz genre.
This voicing for E9 utilizes a common, movable chord shape.
This voicing for E9 combines a movable chord shape with a low, open root note.
This is an "open" voicing for E9.
This is an "open" E9 voicing.
The thumb, index, and ring fingers are used to fret this E9 chord.
This E9 chord is played in second inversion. The root note is omitted from the chord.
This E9/B chord is played with the thumb, index finger, and second finger.
This E9 chord is played in first inversion. The root note is omitted from the chord.
This E9 voicing is used in countless blues classics.
The low E string is combined with a common, movable dominant ninth voicing in this chord diagram.
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The E9(no 3rd) guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: