E Dominant 9 chord intervals and notes
Intervals 1 - 3 - 5 - b7 - 9
Notes in E 9 E - G# (Ab) - B - D - F# (Gb)

9th chords are formed by adding the 9th (2nd) to a dominant 7th chord (1 3 5 b7). They are often found in blues, funk and Jazz music.

E Dominant 9 Chord Charts, Fingering, Voicings

Here are 6 voicings of the E9 guitar chord, with a chord chart to each voicings' fingering.

Chord learning tip 1.

Muscle memory for guitarists means that your fingers automatically remember where to go when playing chords. You can build muscle memory and finger strength by practicing at least 30 minutes per day.

Chord learning tip 2.

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.

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