9 Chord on Guitar

What is a 9 chord?

9 chords are exactly like the 7 chords but we add a 9th to it. A 9th is an octave higher than the tonic and then add a second (2 frets up)

The 9th chord formula is: 1-3-5-b7-9

The major 7th minor 9th chord formula is: 1-3-5-7-9

The minor 7th minor 9th chord formula is: 1-b3-5-b7-9

So together the 9 Chords are as follows: The minor 9 Chords are as follows:
A = A – C# – E – G – B
B = B – D# – F# – A – C#
C = C – E – G – Bb – D
D = D – F# – A – C – E
E = E – G # – B – D – F#
F = F – A – C – Eb – G
G = G – B – D – F – A
A = A – C – E – G – B
B = B – D – F# – A – C#
C = C – Eb – G – Bb – D
D = D – F – A – C – E
E = E – G – B – D – F#
F = F – Ab – C – Eb – G
G = G – Bb – D – F – A
The Major 9th Chords are as follows:
A = A – C# – E – G# – B
B = B – D# – F# – A# – C#
C = C – E – G – B – D
D = D – F# – A – C# – E
E = E – G # – B – D# – F#
F = F – A – C – E – G
G = G – B – D – F# – A

Guitar Chords: 9 Chords

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