A open chords



A

  • A chord diagram

Am

  • Am chord diagram

Amaj7

  • Amaj7 chord diagram

Am7

  • Am7 chord diagram

A7

  • A7 chord diagram

A6

  • A6 chord diagram

Am6

  • Am6 chord diagram

Amaj9

  • Amaj9 chord diagram

Am9

  • Am9 chord diagram

Comment

All these chords are open, meaning that one or more string are played open without any fingers pressing down. The chords are suitable for many styles, among some are contemporary pop and singer-songwriter.

Chord construction

A x - A - E - A - C# - E
Am x - A - E - A - C - E
Amaj7 x - A - E - G# - C# - E
Am7 x - A - E - G - C - E
A7 x - A - E - G - C# - E
A6 x - A - E - A - C# - F#
Am6 x - A - E - G - C - E
Amaj9 x - A - E - G# - B - E
Am9 x - A - G - C - B - E
Guitar versions of the chord

Notes in chord

A A – C# – E
Am A – C – E
Amaj7 A – C# – E – G#
Am7 A – C – E – G
A7 A – C# – E – G
A6 A – C# – E – F#
Am6 A – C – E – F#
Amaj9 A – C – E – G# – B
Am9 A – C – E – G– B
Note structure in theory


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