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The name sounds confusing but playing it is a piece of cake. The "F" sharp minor 7th barre chord is a barre across all six strings on the 2nd fret & the "A" string on the 4th fret.
This voicing for F#m7 is commonly used in the jazz and western swing genres.
This F#m7 chord is commonly used in the jazz and western swing genres.
The fifth is omitted from this voicing of F#m7.
This voicing for F#m7 utilizes a common, movable barre chord shape.
This voicing for F#m7 is used in almost all genres.
This F#m7 voicing is played in third inversion.
The root note of this F#m7 voicing is located on the fourth string.
Notice how the pinky finger frets the note A within this F#m7 chord voicing.
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The F#m7 guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: