Guitar Chord Information for: Ebm9 - E flat minor ninth

Chord symbol: Ebm9  
Chord name: E flat minor ninth
Chord importance: Rarely used
Chord notes: Eb Gb Bb Db F     Tweak chord notes
Scale structure: R m3 5 m7 9
Interval structure: R = Eb
Eb + minor interval = Gb (scale degree = minor 3rd)
Gb + major interval = Bb (scale degree = 5th)
Bb + minor interval = Db (scale degree = minor 7th)
Db + major interval = F (scale degree = 9th)
Comments: minor seventh with added 9th. Most of the time the 5th is left out (3rd note)
Chord categories: Minor chord ; 7th chord ; 9th chord ;
Alternative symbols:  Ebminor9   Ebmin9   Ebm7/9   Ebm7(add9)   Eb-7/9   Eb-7(add9)   Ebmin7/9   Ebmin7(add9)  
Related chords:  D#m9 ;

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Ebm9 Guitar Chord Shapes:

Simplified notation: 11 x 11 11 11 13
Difficulty level: Professional

Guitar chord Ebm9 E flat minor ninth

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