A Sus2 Guitar Chord | Chord Charts and Voicings


Chord Description

A sus2 position 1 guitar chord diagram

The Asus2 chord is made up of the Root, Major Second, and Perfect Fifth

This chord is also known as:

  • A Suspended Second
  • Asus2

The notes in the Asus2 chord are A, B, and E. Suspended chords don't contain the 3rd, then they are not neither major or minor.

Suspended 2nd chords are created taking away the third and adding the second.

Notes of the A sus2 chord:

ABE

Tones in the Suspended Second chord:

1
b2
2
b3
3
4
b5
5
#5
6
b7
7

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Asus2 Guitar Chord Voicings

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Position 1
Open

A sus2 position 4 guitar chord diagram

Position 2
Open

A sus2 position 1 guitar chord diagram

Position 3
Open

A sus2 position 2 guitar chord diagram

Position 4
BarreOpen

A sus2 position 3 guitar chord diagram

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Use Fretboard Maps To Build Chords Along All The Fretboard

How to create your own A sus2 chord fingerings

You can create any fingering you like on any part of the fretboard, just play some of the chord tones shown in the map below.

5
2
1
5
1
5
2
2
1
5
1
2
1
5
2
5
2
1
5
2
1
5

These maps show you the tones in a chord all along the fretboard. They are incredibly helpful because allow you to:

  • Create new voicings on the fly, across all the neck
  • Improvise targeting the right notes
  • Unlock the fretboard and expand the CAGED system.

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