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This is an E major barre chord played with the C shape at the 4th fret. Use this E barre chord chart, tablature, and image to help you learn the chord.
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This version of the E chord is played using the D shape at the 4th fret.
This is the E Major barre chord using the A shape at the 7th fret.
This E major barre chord features a barre performed by the third finger.
This "open" E major voicing omits the B and E strings.
This is an E barre chord played using the C shape on the 4th fret.
This is an E major chord played on the 12th fret using the E shape barre chord.
This E major triad features the fifth of the chord (B) in the bass.
This is an E Major chord. This chord is based on the E barre chord played using the A shape.
This voicing for E major is commonly used in blues music.
Notice how this voicing for E major omits the fifth of the chord.
This voicing for E major is based on the visual shape of the "open" D major chord.
The two lowest strings are omitted from this voicing of an "open" E major chord.
The sixth string is omitted from this voicing of E major.
This E major triad is played fingerstyle.
This is a partial voicing of the E shape barre chord.
This E major triad played with a third finger barre features the fifth of the chord (B) in the bass.
This E major chord is played in first inversion.
The fifth is omitted from this inverted E major chord.
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The E/G# guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: