The next inversion is similar but has its root note on the bottom E string and doesn't involve a barre.
Some find this chord easier to play if you're having difficulty with barre chords.
The final inversion of G#minor allows us to play all 6 strings.
Minor chords use these scale degrees: 1, b3, 5
G#minor = G#, B, D#
Abminor = Ab, Cb, Eb
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