#1
In a song I'm learning It's a C add6 but this site here http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/index.php?ch=C&mm=add9&get=Get

Shows that a C add6 is a barred chord so how the hell do I do this?

I know the basic C chord shape but a barred one?
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#4
But do I need to barr it?
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#5
no. Is the song paradise city by any chance?
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#6
No you dont.

Look on teh screen tehre is a little section that says "Variations" with 1 and 2 next to it.

hit 2.

It will show you the 1st position way of playing it.
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#7
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You can play it this way

C(add6) x32013


That's just C.
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#8
you don't have to.. but if you want to just barre the 5th fret from the high e to the d string, just mute the high e
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#11
Well, the link you have is to an add9 chord, not 6. A sixth chord is fairly simple you can play it as

x35555, like a power chord but barre all the bottom strings. Or 002010 The root is the 1, just an inversion.
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#12
arent you supposed to just add the sixth note??
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#13
yes, add the 6th note to the major so you end up with a 1 - 3 - 5 - 6 interval structure. So in C it would be C E G A
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#14
Just for clarity's sake, CortFan1, a chord like the one you're looking for (1 3 5 6, or C E G A) is simply referred to as a C6, not a Cadd6.
#15
Quote by mp5hkm
You can play it this way

C(add6) x32013


That's C Major. Don't listen to this guy.


--0--
--1--
--2--
--2--
--3--
-----


Here's an open voicing of it.

C E G A
1 3 5 6
#16
I guess a way you could play it would be like:

x32210 (most likely I am wrong on that one) or x35555
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