Minor add9 chords can be played in place of most minor chords and are a great way to add interest to regular minor chords. Minor add9 chords can also be written as m /9 so Fm add9, F minor add9 and Fm/9 all refer to the same guitar chord.
Check out some of the other minor add9 guitar chords from previous posts and remember you can use the labels on the right to explore lots of different guitar chord types.
Fm/9 uses the notes: F, A, C, G and our inversion uses the notes in this order.
This chord does involve a stretch due to the close voicing - but nothing a bit of practice won't solve!
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