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The F# barre chord can also be played using the E shaped barre chord. When using the E barre chord shape at the 2nd fret, an F# barre chord is formed.
This is an abbreviated version of the F# barre chord. This chord has its lowest root note on the sixth string.
This is an F# major chord that features a barre performed by the third finger.
This is the F# barre chord. This variation of the F# chord is played using the C shape barre chord on the 6th fret.
This F# major chord is played in first inversion.
The fifth (C#) is omitted from this F# major chord.
This is a 3-string voicing of an F# major chord using the D shape
This is a movable four-string voicing for an F#major chord in the "E" shape.
This F# major triad is played with a third finger barre and features the fifth of the chord (C#) in the bass.
This voicing for F# major omits the fourth string.
This F# major chord is played in first inversion. The fifth (C#) is omitted from the chord.
The thumb is used to fret the low sixth string in this voicing for F# major.
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The F# guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: