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medaaaaaaal :D An open position chord uses open strings uses a barre is movable does not use open strings

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    I think A uses open strings but am not to sure

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    you're right

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    A chord can be played in many different voicings, some open, others closed. You can bar an A if you play it like this: e---5 B---5 G---6 D---7 A---7 E---5

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