C minor 11 – Cm11 – guitars tuning


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The C minor 11 or Cm11 Guitar Notes

  • → D4 → 1 String (the thinnest)
  • → A#3 → 2 String
  • → F3 → 3 String
  • → D#3 → 4 String
  • → G2 → 5 String
  • → C2 → 6 String

Notes on the guitar’s fretboard that correspond to C minor 11 are shown at the top of this page (Cm11 tuning) 

There is a wide variety of chords available for study. Learn a handful of the most popular tunes, and you’ll be able to perform different music. It’s common knowledge that these are the chords everyone should be able to play while sitting around a campfire; hence the name “cowboy chords” has stuck.

Get your hands on our handy tune! You can pick up the chords you need from the list above if you’re a skilled musician. While it’s fun to experiment with and learn new chords, learning them is much more efficient as they naturally occur in songs. For instance, learning the E7#9 chords is helpful, but you’ll retain more of its information if you encounter it in a song you’re practicing.