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Use this image to help you master the G minor seventh chord. As you can see, Gm7 is a fairly easy chord to play. However, take special care not to strum the two highest strings.
This is a four string version of the G minor seventh chord played at the 3rd fret.
This Gm7 chord utilizes a movable barre chord shape.
This voicing for Gm7 utilizes the visual shape of the "open" Dm7 chord.
This voicing for Gm7 is frequently used in jazz "comping."
This voicing for Gm7 is based on the visual shape of the "open" Am7 chord.
This is a rather unique voicing for Gm7.
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The Gm7 guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: