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sus4′s, 6/9′s, and a flat9

These aren’t really used to much, but I figured I would include them. Django used a lot of 6/9′s in his playing, I throw them in tremelo solos occasionally. PROTIP: Replace every chord in a given song with a 6/9 chord to make any song into an unlistenable, anger-inducing nightmare!

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Open Dm6

I use this in the St James Infirmary Blues tab. Personally I throw it in all the time, and even though its just one chord I thought it worth including.

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Major 7 chords

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The Gm7 chord

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Flat 5 shapes as pertaining to: Gb5 G7b5 and Gm7b5! (also half diminished)

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G9, G13 and C13 Extended Chords

Extended Chords are when a given chord goes beyond its (mostly) normal make up of a root, third, fifth, and seventh and extends to a fifth note. Can’t really pull that off on a banjo so well, but there are some work arounds.

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C, C6, G, G6 Chord Shapes

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Cm and Cm6, Gm and Gm6 Inversions

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C7 and C7 Inversions

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C6 and G6 Inversions

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