#1
So i have read up abit bout barre chords and would like to ask a few qns here.

We know that there are major and minor barre chords. So, does it mean that we can 'move' around the major barre chord to form any major chord?

And move around minor barre chord to form any minor chord?
#2
Yes.
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#3
F, your first barre chord, is E with every string moved up one fret.

Fminor is Eminor with every string moved up one fret.

Make your barre chord position and look at the note you're on on the low E. That's the chord it is.
#4
Cept for... you know... all of the non-root 6 barre chords.
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#6
Sorry, i question pop into my mind.

For instance, a G open chord and a G barre chord, which form is recommended and why?