Tuesday 11th of December 2012 11:36:12 AM By: Richard Flynn
As the name implies, we've got a G6 chord on the top three strings over an F5 chord on the bottom three strings. Alternatively, it could be called
Fmaj7sus9aug11 which is more immediately informative about the harmonic structure of the chord, but not as elegant as G6/F5. Oh, and it's not too tricky to play%u2026
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