D open chords



D

  • D chord diagram

Dm

  • Dm chord diagram

Dmaj7

  • Dmaj7 chord diagram

Dm7

  • Dm7 chord diagram

D7

  • D7 chord diagram

D6

  • D6 chord diagram

Dm6

  • Dm6 chord diagram

Dm9

  • Dm9 chord diagram

D13

  • D13 chord diagram

Comment

All these chords are open, meaning that one or several strings is played open without any fingers pressing down. The chords are suitable for many styles, among some are contemporary pop and singer-songwriter. Notice that D13 include fingerings on the fourth and fifth fret.

Chord construction

D x - x - D - A - D - F#
Dm x - x - D - A - D - F
Dmaj7 x - x - D - A - C# - F#
Dm7 x - x - D - A - C - F
D7 x - x - D - A - C - F#
D6 x - x - D - A - B - F#
Dm6 x - x - D - A - B - F
Dm9 x - x - D - C - F - E
D13 x - D - F# - C - B - E
Guitar versions of the chord

Notes in chord

D D – F# – A
Dm D – F – A
Dmaj7 D – F# – A – C#
Dm7 D – F – A – C
D7 D – F# – A – C
D6 D – F# – A – B
Dm6 D – F – A – B
Dm9 D – F – A – C– E
D13 D – F – A – C – E – G
Note structure in theory


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