9 major chords
The ninth major (maj9) chord should not be confused with the dominant 9th chord. It's a relatively uncommon chord, which is probably most used in jazz arrangements. Below you could see how this chord is played in different tones by using a movable shape.
None for the moment in this category
Notice that the chord has some similarities with the 7#9 chord, just two fingers are changing positions.
Since some of the chords above are high up the fretboard and in some situations less suitable, some compliment to maj9 chords in open positions are presented below.
Dm9 - G13 - Cmaj9
Em - Dmaj9 - Asus2 - Cadd9
Open major 9 chords
Notice that Fmaj9 has a shape similar to C major in open position.
C - Fmaj9 - G6
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