How to Play F#m9 Chord on Guitar | F# Minor Ninth

F# m9 position 1 guitar chord diagram

This chord is composed of the Root, Minor Third, Perfect Fifth, Minor Seventh, and Major Ninth

The F#m9 chord is spelled in the following ways:

  • F# Minor Ninth
  • F# Min 9
  • F# Minor 9
  • F#m9

The F#m9 chord is made up of the notes F#, A, C#, E, and G#

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Notes in the F# m9 chord:

F# A C# E G#

Chord Structure:

1
b2
2
b3
3
4
b5
5
#5
6
b7
7
8
b9
9
#9
11
#11
13

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F#m9 Guitar Chord Diagrams

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Position 1
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F# m9 position 1 guitar chord diagram

Position 2
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F# m9 position 2 guitar chord diagram

Position 3
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F# m9 position 3 guitar chord diagram

How to construct the F# m9 chord on guitar

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. Some shapes will sound good, some less, let your ears decide!

b7
b3
b7
9
1
5
b3
b7
1
9
1
5
9
b3
b7
b3
5
9
1
b3
b7
5
9
b7
1
5
b3
1
5
9
b7
b3
b7

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