G6 chord

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G6 Guitar Chord | Standard Tuning

Alternate Names

Gmaj6, Gsixth, GM6, Gmajor sixth,

Guitar Tuning

Standard Tuning

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This is a rootless voicing of a G6 chord.







This chord voicing features a standard, movable shape combined with open strings.

This G6 grip is based on the basic F major chord shape. Notice how the high E string is played open.

This is a G6 chord with no 3rd.

This chord utilizes the basic shape of the "open" C major chord in conjunction with open strings.







This voicing for G6 utilizes a movable chord shape.

This voicing for G6 omits the fifth of the chord.

When the note E is added to G major, a G6 chord is formed.

This G6 chord is played with an A bass note.







This voicing for G6 is commonly used in the jazz and western swing genres.

This G6 voicing features a unison played on the second and first strings.







This G6 chord is played in third position.

This G6 chord is played with a D bass note.

This G6 chord is played with an A note in the bass.

This is an "open" voicing for G6.







This G6 power chord is frequently used in blues shuffle riffs.

This is one possible way to finger an "open" G6 chord.

This is another fingering option for an "open" G6 chord.

The fretted notes within this G6 chord resemble the visual shape of the "open" E major chord.

The E note is added to a G major chord to form G6.

The G6 chord can also be known as Gmaj6, Gsixth, GM6, Gmajor sixth, chord

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G 6 chord intervals and notes
Intervals1 - 3 - 5 - 6
Notes in G 6G - B - D - E

The 6th chord is a major chord with an added 6th degree note, which adds a nice dissonance to the chord. The chord is often resolved to the major chord.

G 6 Chord Charts, Fingering, Voicings

Here are 6 voicings of the G6 guitar chord, with a chord chart to each voicings' fingering.

These G 6 guitar chord variations can be interchanged freely. If it sounds good, it is good!

If you are having trouble with some chords, don't worry, even the guitar superstars started out just like you. Practice makes perfect!

When learning chords, try not looking at your fretting fingers after a while, since you'll need to be able to form the chord without peeking.

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G 6th chord

G6 chord for piano with keyboard diagram.
Explanation: The G major sixth is a four-note chord. You can see the four notes marked in red color. The chord is abbreviated G6.
Theory: The G6 chord is constructed with a root, a major third, a perfect fifth and a major sixth.
Fingerings: Little finger, middle finger, index finger, thumb (left hand); thumb, index finger, middle finger, ring finger (right hand).


G6 piano chord diagram with marked notes G - B - D - E
Notes: G - B - D - E

Left hand: 5-3-2-1

Right hand: 1-2-3-4

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G6 - inversions

Explanation: The images below show the three inversions of the G sixth chord. G6/B is a G sixth with B as the bass note, G6/D is a G sixth with D as the bass note and G6/E is a G sixth with E as the bass note. G6/E is identical with Em7.


G6/B chord diagram
1st inversion


G6/D chord diagram
2nd inversion


G6/E chord diagram
3rd inversion
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