Friday, 28 May 2010

E 69 Guitar Chord Harmonics

Following on from yesterday's Guitar Chord of the Day that introduced the idea of mixing fretted and harmonic notes to make nice sounding guitar chords, today's Guitar Chord of the Day is E69.
E69 Guitar Chord Harmonics
E69 Guitar Chord Harmonics

Fret the D and G strings as normal on the 6th fret while lightly resting your finger(s) on the string of the guitar's B and E strings just above the fret to play this chord.

We've looked at other 69 Guitar Chords here and other Guitar Harmonics Chords here, but remember you can use the labels on the right as a chord dictionary.

69 chords can be played in place of major chords. It can replace chords I, IV and V in major keys.
69 chords use these degrees of the major scale: 1, 3, 5, 6, 9
E69 uses the notes: E, G#, B, C#, F#
Today's guitar chord uses the notes in this order: E, G#, C#, F#, B

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