Following on from yesterday's D minor 13 chord, today we have another guitar chord that involves a large stretch: an inversion of F add9 (we've featured a number of different ways to play this chord before so there are some easier ways to play add9 guitar chords here).
Add 9 chords can be played in place of pretty much all major chords. It can replace chords I , IV and V in major keys. F add9 could also be considered an inversion of D minor11.
Add 9 chords use these degrees of the major scale: 1, 3, 5, 9
F add9 uses the notes: F, A, C, G
Our inversion uses the notes in this order: C, F, G, A.