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|B Add 11 chord intervals and notes|
|Intervals||1 - 3 - 5 - b7 - 9 - 11|
|Notes in B 11||B - D# (Eb) - F# (Gb) - A - C# (Db) - E|
The 11th Chord is less common than the 9th. It is formed by adding a the 11th (4th) to a dominant 9th chord (1 2 3 5 b7) to form 1 2(9) 3 4(11) 5 b7. If the 3rd is omitted is sometimes called a 9sus4.
Here are 6 voicings of the B11 guitar chord, with a chord chart to each voicings' fingering.
Chord theory is helpful in undertanding why each chord is played the way it is. If you really want to advance, learn the theory behind chords as well.
Dead strings and fret buzzing means you are not holding down the guitar chord correctly. Stop, check your fingers, and start over.