This chord is a major triad with a minor seventh and a minor ninth.
In some diagrams this chord is indicated as: In other online resources you may find this chord denoted as: A dominant seventh flat ninth A 7(b9) A 7(-9)
Fingers notation: 1 = index, 2 = middle, 3 = ring, 4 = pinky. Click here to learn more.
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1 3 (5) b7 b9
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