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A maj9 Description

This chord is made up of the Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, Major Seventh, and Major Ninth

The A Major Ninth chord is spelled in the following ways:

  • A Major Ninth
  • A Maj9
  • A Major 9
  • Amaj9

The A Major Ninth chord is composed of the notes A, C#, E, G#, and B

Learn 4 positions for this chord

Position 1

Fingers Positions

  • Mute the low E string
  • Let the A string play without pressing any fret
  • Let the B string play without pressing any fret
  • Let the high E string play without pressing any fret
  • Place your index finger (1) on the fret 1 of the G string
  • Place your middle finger (2) on the fret 2 of the D string

Position Characteristics

  • This position uses open strings

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Position 2

Fingers Positions

  • Mute the high E string
  • Place your index finger (1) on the fret 4 of the A and G strings at the same time
  • Place your middle finger (2) on the fret 5 of the low E string
  • Place your ring finger (3) on the fret 5 of the B string
  • Place your pinky finger (4) on the fret 6 of the D string

Position Characteristics

  • This position requires barre
  • This position is movable

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Position 3

Fingers Positions

  • Mute the low E string
  • Let the high E string play without pressing any fret
  • Place your index finger (1) on the fret 11 of the D string
  • Place your middle finger (2) on the fret 12 of the A string
  • Place your ring finger (3) on the fret 12 of the B string
  • Place your pinky finger (4) on the fret 13 of the G string

Position Characteristics

  • This position uses open strings

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Position 4

Fingers Positions

  • Mute the low E string
  • Let the A string play without pressing any fret
  • Place your index finger (1) on the fret 2 of the D and B strings at the same time
  • Place your ring finger (3) on the fret 4 of the G string
  • Place your pinky finger (4) on the fret 4 of the high E string

Position Characteristics

  • This position requires barre
  • This position uses open strings

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