Slash Chord Option
These are sweet sounding chords (loses a bit up higher and the high e rings well in some).
This voicing is often called a slash chord, though they can often work for the main chord type, without needing to write the chord symbol as a slash chord. As always this depends on context. These voicings can be a good fit for singer/songwriter, country, rock ballads, etc.
A slash chord is a chord with a specific tone in the bass. The first chord name in the chord symbol is the actual chord and the tone after the slash is the tone that is in the bass. C/G = C chord with a G tone in the bass. We are muting string 1 throughout, but it does have consonance at many of the locations.