Major 6 chords can almost always be played in place of any other major chord. The added 6th note adds a nice quality to the chord, major 6th chords often work well as the last chord of a song. The root note of this major 6 guitar chord is on the E string of the guitar and played with the middle finger.
A major 6 uses these notes A, C#, E, F#
Our inversion uses the notes in this order: A, F#, C#, E
Major 6 chords can replace any major chords in a key: chords I, IV and V
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