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Learn how to play the A13 Chord by using this chart.
This is a movable voicing for A13.
This voicing for A13 is commonly used in the jazz genre.
The b7 (G) and the fifth (E) are omitted from this A13 voicing.
This A13 chord combines an A bass note with a common, movable voicing.
This voicing for A13 is commonly used in blues music.
This A13 voicing features the b7 (G) in the bass. The fifth (E) is omitted.
Get your thumb ready for this voicing of A13/E!
This A13 chord features a rather large finger stretch.
The root note of this A13 chord is located on the second string.
This is a rootless voicing of A13.
This A13 voicing is played in fifth position.
A movable chord voicing is used to play this A13 chord.
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The A13 guitar chord can also be played in other tunings:
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