E6 Guitar Chord: how to play it all along the fretboard
The intervals composing the E6 chord are Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, and Major Sixth
The E Major Sixth chord is spelled in the following ways:
The notes in the E6 chord are E, G#, B, and C#.
Sixth chords are your best friend when you want to create something casual and relaxed.
Notes in the E 6 chord:
How to create the Major Sixth chord:
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