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First, I would say Gsus4add9G9sus4. To simplify or leave it open to interpretation (depending on the context), Gsus.

I've seen it written as F/G, is technically correct (or F6/G in your case). 

If it should be helpful for a player like you said, then use Gsus, IMO.

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Maybe F/G (or F6/G) is not technically correct, because it's not an inversion. But I believe many people are used to it anyway.

First, I would say Gsus4add9. To simplify or leave it open to interpretation (depending on the context), Gsus.

I've seen it written as F/G, is technically correct (or F6/G in your case).

If it should be helpful for a player like you said, then use Gsus, IMO.

First, I would say G9sus4. To simplify or leave it open to interpretation (depending on the context), Gsus.

I've seen it written as F/G, is technically correct (or F6/G in your case). 

If it should be helpful for a player like you said, then use Gsus, IMO.

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Maybe F/G (or F6/G) is not technically correct, because it's not an inversion. But I believe many people are used to it anyway.

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First, I would say Gsus4add9. To simplify or leave it open to interpretation (depending on the context), Gsus.

I've seen it written as F/G, is technically correct (except for the Dor F6/G in thisyour case).

If it should be helpful for a player like you said, thanthen use Gsus, IMO.

First, I would say Gsus4add9. To simplify or leave it open to interpretation (depending on the context), Gsus.

I've seen it written as F/G, is technically correct (except for the D in this case).

If it should be helpful for a player like you said, than use Gsus, IMO.

First, I would say Gsus4add9. To simplify or leave it open to interpretation (depending on the context), Gsus.

I've seen it written as F/G, is technically correct (or F6/G in your case).

If it should be helpful for a player like you said, then use Gsus, IMO.

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First, I would say Gsus4add9. To simplify or leave it open to interpretation (depending on the context), Gsus.

I've seen it written as F/G, is technically correct (except for the D in this case).

If it should be helpful for a player like you said, than use Gsus, IMO.