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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.
When playing barre chords, make sure you move your wrist forward further than you would with open chords, this allows for more added pressure to your first finger.
Dead strings and fret buzzing means you are not holding down the guitar chord correctly. Stop, check your fingers, and start over.