#1
SO..i feel like im pretty well accomplished in theory.. but i cant seem to find a comfortable, convenient way to play a m9 chord, with the root on the low E. I know, learn how to build your own chords. Well i tried, but couldnt get a convenient way.

anyway..anybody have suggestions to play a m9 chord with the root on the 6th string?
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#3
the best way is to just do one of these:



e|---5------------
b|---3------------
g|---3------------
d|---3------------
a|---5------------
E|---3------------



that would be a Gm9, but it's obviously moveable.

EDIT: bah... beaten to the punch
#4
i would make it just like a normal root pos. Am7 but with the added 9th.

e---7---
B---5---
G---5---
D---5---
A---x---
E---5---


EDIT: i am new, so could somebody explain to me what these code boxes are that look like this


code:
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Last edited by fenderfrk10 at Feb 21, 2007,
#5
^

put in the tags on your post using square brackets... to demonstrate, i'll have to put spaces between everything, but there's no spaces when you actually do it...

you do a "begin code" tag:



then you type your crap and insert an "end code" tag



there ya go