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|D Major 6 / 9 chord intervals and notes|
|Intervals||1 - 3 - 5 - 6 - 9|
|Notes in D 6-9||D - F# (Gb) - A - B - E|
A major 6/9 chord is formed by adding a 6th and a 9th(2nd) degree note to a major chord. They are great for substituting major chords if you want to add more color to your music.
Here are 6 voicings of the D6-9 guitar chord, with a chord chart to each voicings' fingering.
One of the best ways to learn new chords is to change from the chord you are learning to another chord you want to learn over and over again.
If you are just starting out with chords, you'll find that your fingers, especially your pinky will go all over the place. Don't get discouraged, they will develop strength and muscle memory with time.