How to Play a F9b5 Chord on Guitar – Easy F Dominant Ninth Flat five Guitar Chord

F 9b5 position 1 guitar chord diagram

The F Dominant Ninth Flat five chord is made up of the Root, Major Third, diminished Fifth, Minor Seventh, and Major Ninth

The F Dominant Ninth Flat five chord is known as:

  • F Dominant Ninth Flat Five
  • F 9-5
  • F 9(b5)
  • F Dom9b5
  • F9b5

The F Dominant Ninth Flat five chord is made up of the notes F, A, Cb, Eb, and G

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Notes of the F 9b5 chord:

F A Cb Eb G

Tones of the Dominant Ninth Flat five chord:

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

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F9b5 Guitar Chord Voicings

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Position 1
Open

F 9b5 position 1 guitar chord diagram

Position 2
Barrè Movable

F 9b5 position 2 guitar chord diagram

Position 3
Barrè Movable

F 9b5 position 3 guitar chord diagram

How to create your own F 9b5 chord fingerings

This fretboard map shows you the tones in the chord all along the neck. You can play this chord by choosing some of the chord tones.

b5
9
3
1
b7
1
3
b5
9
1
9
b7
b5
3
9
3
1
b7
b5
3
b5
9
b7
1
b5
3
1
9
b7
b7
b5
9
3

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