Easy Ways To Play The C6 Guitar Chord
The C6 chord is made up of the Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, and Major Sixth
Some books show this chord as:
The notes of this chord are C, E, G, and A
Ukuleles and lap steel guitars are usually tuned to C sixth chord; if you struck the strings without press any fret you get a C6 chord.
C 6 chord Notes:
Formula of the Major Sixth chord:
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