Major chords with their root on the 6th string are most commonly formed by using the open E Major shape on top of the index finger barring across all 6 string (hence the names “Barre” and “Root 6”) mimicking the use of a capo.

C Major - Barre - Root 6
C Major – Barre – Root 6 @ 8th Fret: Left-Handed & Right-Handed
D Major - Barre - Root 6
D Major – Barre – Root 6 @ 10th Fret: Left-Handed & Right-Handed
F Major - Barre - Root 6
F Major – Barre – Root 6 @ 1st Fret: Left-Handed & Right-Handed
G Major - Barre - Root 6
G Major – Barre – Root 6 @ 3rd Fret: Left-Handed & Right-Handed
A Major - Barre - Root 6
A Major – Barre – Root 6 @ 5th Fret: Left-Handed & Right-Handed
B Major - Barre - Root 6
B Major – Barre – Root 6 @ 7th Fret: Left-Handed & Right-Handed