Minor 9th chords
The Minor 9th chord is easy to learn if you are familiar with the 9th Chord. The differences are that one note are lowered and you don't play on the lowest string. If we compare C9 with Cm9 the notes changes from C, D, E, and Bb to C, D, Eb and Bb.
The keys that has been left out has no good option for being played in open position, see instead the moveable shapes below.
The chords may be easier memorized by compare them with other chords. For example Em9 have similarities with a normal C chord. Dm9 has similarities with Dm and is as a Dsus2 moved some frets. Am9 is like an Am without one part in the shape missing and also as an Asus2 moved some frets up the board.
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Notice that the shapes are exactly the same (notice also the irregularity for Bm9 with one extra muted string). That means that the chords for the most part are moveable and therefore you will easily find out how to play C#m9 /Dbm9, D#m9 /Ebm9, F#m9 /Gbm9, G#m9 /Abm9 and A#m9 /Bbm9 as well.
Bm9 could also be played as an open chord: X2022X. And we could use it in a chord progression like this one:
Bm9 Amaj7 Dmaj7