A#5 Banjo Chord

A#5 for Banjo has the notes A# F and can be played 2 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 5.


A#5 Chord

Full name: A sharp power chord

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ChartsInversionsStructureRelated chordsChord on other instrumentsRelated scalesChord staffSummary tableReferences


A#5 Banjo Chord Charts

A#5 banjo chord
A#5 banjo chord


A#5 Inversions on banjo

A#5\F banjo chord



A#5 Chord Structure

Notes: A# F
Interval structure: R 5


Bb5 ;


A#5 on other instruments

A#5 piano
A#5 Piano chord chart
A#5 guitar
A#5 Guitar chord chart
A#5 ukulele
A%235 ukulele chord
A#5 mandolin
A%235 mandolin chord
A#5 banjo
A%235 banjo chord



Scales Related to A#5

Scales that include all of the notes of A#5.
C#/Db major D#/Eb major F major F#/Gb major G#/Ab major A#/Bb major D#/Eb melodic minor F melodic minor G#/Ab melodic minor A#/Bb melodic minor C#/Db ionian D#/Eb ionian F ionian F#/Gb ionian G#/Ab ionian A#/Bb ionian D harmonic minor D#/Eb harmonic minor F harmonic minor A#/Bb harmonic minor

A#5 chord staff

Musical staff for the A#5 chord

A#5 summary table

Banjo chord name A#5 (A sharp power chord)
Notes and structureA# F (R 5)
Related Chords Bb5 ;
Chord Categories Chord played ommiting the 3rd, usually because the use of distortion creates unwanted harmonics.  
A#5 on other instrumentsA#5 piano
A#5 Piano chord chart
A#5 guitar
A#5 Guitar chord chart
A#5 ukulele
A%235 ukulele chord
A#5 mandolin
A%235 mandolin chord
A#5 banjo
A%235 banjo chord



References related to this chord

Chord played ommiting the 3rd, usually because the use of distortion creates unwanted harmonics.