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Jazz Guitar Voicing : 13th Chords

Voiced in 4ths
Diatonic in the keys of
F major and F melodic minor
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Dm7(b13) F^13
Gm13 Bb^13
Em7(b13)
Am7(b13) C13
F^13

Dm7(b13) F^13
Gm13 Bb^13
Am7(b13) C13 Em7(b13)
F^13

5
5
3

6
6
5

8
8
7

10
10
9

F^

"Original" Voicing (drop 3)

3
2
2

5
3
3

6
5
5

8
7
7

10
9
8

11
10
10

13
12
12

15
14
14

3
2
2

5
3
3

6
5
5

8
7
7

10

12

13

Dm7(b13) Fm^13
Gm13 Bb13
Em7(b13)
Fm^13 Ab^(b13) C7(b13)

String Set 6--4-3-2 and 5--3-2-1

String Set 6--4-3-2

1
2
2

Dm7(b13) Fm^13
Gm13 Bb13
Em7(b13)
Fm^13 Ab^(b13) C7(b13)

Fm^

"Original" Voicing (drop 3)

3
1
2

5
3
3

6
5
5

8
7
6

9
9
8

11
10
10

13
12
12

15
13
14

3
1
2

5
3
3

6
5
5

8
7
6

10

12

13

String Set 6--4-3-2

4
5
3

6
6
5

8
8
7

10
9
9

1
1
2
1

String Set 6--4-3-2 and 5--3-2-1

Also :
You can get rid of the bass note and play "just fourths". They are called quartal voicings.
By working on quartal voicings "in inversions" (not on this page) you can get interesting
voicings with intervals of perfect fourths, tritones, major and minor seconds.
Quartal voicings sound very "modern"... that is why the 13th chords
on this page have that flavor : they contain a bass note + a quartal voicings in the upper register.
Can you work out the same 13th voicing in F harmonic minor?
What about other keys?

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