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C9sus

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Clair  
14 Feb 2006 11:13 | Quote
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This is the chord given on the sheet music (I've checked how it's written too!) and can't find it on the chord finders. Is anyone able to explain simply (e.g. 2nd fret A string, 4th fret D string etc.) how to play it please. Many thanks!
Chimzar  
28 Feb 2006 14:40 | Quote
United States
Posts: 91
Try (Bass to High String) X-2-2-2-2-2
Chimzar  
28 Feb 2006 14:41 | Quote
United States
Posts: 91
Woops! That is B9sus. C9sus is X-3-3-3-3-3
gtrguru  
7 Mar 2006 05:19 | Quote
Posts: 15
Hi Clair,

Here's a favorite way of mine to voice a _9sus (aka '_9sus4','_11', etc):

C9sus
6th string, 8th fret, 3rd finger;
(mute the 5th string);
4th string, 8th fret, 4th finger;
3rd string, 7th fret, 2nd finger;
2nd string, 6th fret, 1st finger;
(mute the 1st string);

to resolve the sus, move your 1st finger to the 5th fret to create a C9...


Hope you like this voicing -

Good luck!


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