There are over 84 voicings for the °9+ chord on guitar and the image above shows only 3 of them. For more voicings see: Fretboard Chord Charts for Guitar
The °9+ chord contains a minor third, diminished fifth, augmented fifth, diminished seventh, and a major ninth.
The intervallic relationships it contains are: minor third, diminished fifth, minor sixth, major sixth, major ninth, minor third, perfect fourth, diminished fifth, major seventh, major second, minor third, minor sixth, minor second, diminished fifth, perfect fourth.
- Minor Third
- Diminished Fifth
- Augmented Fifth
- Diminished Seventh
- Major Ninth
The °9+ chord has a dissonance rating of 201*
*Dissonance is very subjective. So, as a general guideline, this number is mathematically derived by measuring the intervallic dissonance this chord contains. (The higher the number the more dissonant the chord.)