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Old 20th February 2020
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As John notes , most guitarists remember the pattern of the intervals rather than the individual notes, as this allows for much easier mental transposition
I always found this chart of extension intervals which is for C major, very useful.

The intervals will be the same for any other major key, only the roots will change to fit the scale of the key you're in. Obviously its not possible to play a full 13th chord on guitar, because it has 7 notes, and its hard to play an 11th with all the notes present . Just pick which intervals you want to leave out