Here's a piano keyboard reference for the
Eadd9 chord and the
The notes of the Eadd9 chord are E G♯ B F♯ and the notes of the Eadd2 chord are E F♯ G♯ B.
The intervals of the Eadd9 chord are the root (E), major third (G♯), perfect fifth (B) and major ninth (F♯).
The intervals of the Eadd2 chord are the root (E), major second (F♯), major third (G♯) and perfect fifth (B).
Add9 (added-ninth) and add2 (added-second) chords are major chords with an added major 9th or major 2nd. Added chords can often be compared to suspended chords. Sus chords have one of the notes moved up or down instead of an added note. See the Esus chord for more details.
🎸 You can also jump to guitar chord diagrams for the Eadd9 and Eadd2 chords in common positions on the guitar fretboard. You'll find both open chords and/or barre chords.
Eadd9 & Eadd2 Chords on Piano
⌨️ hint: use number 1 to trigger the Eadd9 chord and the number 2 to trigger the Eadd2 chord.
notes: E G♯ B F♯
notes: E F♯ G♯ B
🎸 Guitar Diagrams for Eadd9 & Eadd2 Chords
Below you'll find guitar chord diagrams for common chord positions of the Eadd9/Eadd2 chords, along with finger positions or note names.