#1
LEAD:
///x/ x ///x/ x ///x/ x ///x/ ///x/ x ///x/ x ///x/ x ///x/
F F9 C C6 Dm Dm4 C C6 Bb Bbmaj7 Bb6 Bb Gm Gm7 C C6
e|-1---1---0---0---1---1----0---0------1---1-----1---1---3---3---0---0--|
B|-1---1---1---1---3---3----1---1------3---3-----3---3---3---3---1---1--|
G|-2---0---0---2---2---0----0---2------3---2-----0---2---3---3---0---2--|
D|-3---3---2---2---3---3----2---2------3---3-----3---3---5---3---2---2--|
A|-3---3---3---3------------3---3------1---1-----1---1---5---5---3---3--|
E|-1---1-------------------------------------------------3---3----------|


F9

Only way I can do it, where it's clear, you my index and middle to hold the top 1's and then my pinky and ring the 3's leaving the 0 on the G string open and clear...

You obviously can't barre it...
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#3
Quote by CowboyUp
Use your thumb on the low E string.



Haha, nice...thanks.
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#4
barres on electric guitars are mostly supposed to be played on the four highest strings otherwise it gets to bassy and distorted
#9
Quote by Ibanezax372
ummm.....thats not hard, just barre it with your index finger.
You're looking the the firth chord. The chord in question requires the open G string to ring.
#10
use your middle finger for the low F, ring and pinky on the C and F, and then bar your pointer across the higher C and the high F.
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#11
That's actually not an F9. It's an Fsus2. The voicing you gave contains F(1), C(5), and G(2/9). There is no A(3) or Eb(b7), so it can't be an F9.
#12
Quote by Der Bomber
barres on electric guitars are mostly supposed to be played on the four highest strings otherwise it gets to bassy and distorted



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You just need to keep from having a low ended tone, or play closer to the bridge.
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#13
Amen to that, titopuente!!! someone who knows there chrords. but to make it simpler for him hopefully, the process is

9 chord: (1) (3) (5) (7) (9)
sus2 chord: (1) (2) (5)

so see it's sus2 because there is no 3rd or 7th in that chord.