Guitar Chord Lesson – Learn to Play Am6
Learn how to play the Am6 guitar chord (also known as A minor 6, A Minor 6th) with this lesson.
The A Minor 6 Chord is found by locating the 1, b3, 5 and 6 steps of the A Major Scale: A, B, C#, D, E, F#, G#, or the notes A, C, E and F#. The “b3″ symbol translates to “Flattened 3rd” , which means we simply lower the 3rd step of the A Major Scale (C#) a 1/2 step to a “C”.
Notes of the Am6 Chord: A, C, E and F#
There are 4 different ways to play the Am6 guitar chord in this post. See the chord diagrams below for more details. Also included below is a video demonstration for this chord.
Here is a key that will help you read the chart:
Chord Playing Tips: Be sure that you are pressing down on the strings hard enough and play each string one at a time to make sure you have a nice clean sound. If any of the strings buzz or sound muted, then something is not right.
A Minor 6 Guitar Chord Video
The video below will further demonstrate how to play the A Minor 6 Guitar Chord.