#1
I can't quite figure out an easily moved 6 chord rooted on the A string. Help is appreciated. thanks.
#3
^

that one works fine. here is a barred version:

--7--------------------------
--7-------------------------
--7-------------------------
--7-------------------------
--5-------------------------
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you can also try:

------------------------------------
--3---------7-------------------------
--4---------4-------------------------
--4---------7-------------------------
--5---------5-------------------------
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all examples = D6 and are movable
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#5
To name a few:

C6
e---------------------
B--5--8--10--13-------
G--2--5--9---12-------
D--5--7--10--14-------
A--3--7--10--12-------
E---------------------
#7
In a perfect root position voicing, obviously the 13th would be an octave higher than the 6th in a major 6th chord. In practical application, however, there's not a whole lot. The only thing is that I've found with major 6ths, you can usually use the 6th as a root and be okay, but when someone writes an add13, it's because they want the root note to be the root.

(I think)
#8
EADGBE:35x453 or EADGBE:35x45x or EADGBE:320000 or EADGBE:XX0202 or EADGBE:022120
this voicing EADGBE:x5443x ive always thought of as D6 but now im begining to think of it as Bm/D
Damien Redmond - "Grade 8 electric guitar" -"Grade 5 theory "
"Licentiate Diploma of the London college of music "
#10
I don't think this C6 form has been mentioned. I find it easily movable. You need root on the 5th string right?

E-x-
B-5-
G-2-
D-2-
A-3-
E---


Quote by damien guitar
EADGBE:x5443x ive always thought of as D6 but now im begining to think of it as Bm/D
more likely a Gmaj7 drop-tone sub. muhaha
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