This is because the Horse With No Name chords are played on the recording by two guitars: a six-string and a 12-string. One guitar is doing just what we have been discussing: The E minor and the “Horse” chord. The 12-string is getting a little fancier, adding some different color to the chords at different times.
The 6th chord is a major chord with an additional major 6th. A C6 has the notes C (1), E (3), G (5) and A (6). Theoretically you can play a 6th chord instead or aditionally to all major, maj7 or V7 chords. …
Standard Guitar Tuning: EADgbe
The Most Common Version. Unlike some other commonly used minor chords (like Em or Am), the B minor chord doesn’t use any open strings. For this one you must use one finger to fret multiple strings in what is called a “barre chord.” Your index finger rests across every string but the low E.