#1
Is there any possible way to play a B or F(major or minor) chord in open position on a normal 6 six-string guitar? I came up with a Bmajor chord like this:

2
0
x
1
2
x

But I can't come up with anything for F. Are there any possibilities?
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#5
Ever try a chord chart? There's tons available online. Google one.
#6
that is open position for an F.

Look at the notes in F.. and look at the notes of the open strings.. pick the ones with the notes in F and then fill in the rest and you have whatever you want to call an open F chord. pretty simple to figure out if you ask me.

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#7
Well this isn't the first time this question has come across any guitar players mind. This simple answer to this is that you cannot play either B or F open. And the reason?? The guitar is a somewhat "magical" instrument in that you have the moveable chord shapes based on the only true open chords: C, A, G, E, and D. Even in this config for F:

1
1
2
3
x
x

It isn't truly open at all because you are barring strings 1 and 2 on the first fret. With that said however you "could" fudge this chord a little:

x
1
2
3
x
x

Although not as rich sounding the triad is there. You could overpower it with an A in the bass and play two major 3rd's:

x
1
2
3
0
x

Not really recommended. Sounds somewhat muddy and then becomes a 1st inversion.

B major open:

11
12
11
9
x
x

F major open:

5
6
5
3
x
x

These are the only true open shapes I could find. The voicings will be slightly different but I hope this helps. I got those from www.all-guitar-chords.com. Go check it out to see if you can get further assistance.
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#8
x
1
2
3
3
x

I do that for F a lot of times. It's not technically a regular F chord but it works in most cases.
#9
Trust me, it's easier to just learn to barre and deal with those chords being a little painful and tiring until the calluses build up all over your index finger and your tendons get used to it.
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#10
no one ever said that he doesnt want to play those chords because they're hard. Maybe he just doesnt like the tone of barr chords. I personally try to avoid them because i think they are rather dull