A6 Banjo Chord
A sixth for banjo

A6 for Banjo has the notes A Db E Gb and can be played 3 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 3 5 6.


A6 Chord

Full name: A sixth
AKA: Amajor6   AMaj6   AM6  


A6 Banjo Chord Charts

A6 banjo chord
A6 banjo chord
A6 banjo chord


A6 Chord Structure

Notes: A Db E Gb
Interval structure: R 3 5 6

Chord construction:
R = A
A + major interval = Db (scale degree = 3rd)
Db + minor interval = E (scale degree = 5th)
R = A - minor interval = Gb (scale degree = 6th)


A6 on other instruments

A6 piano
A6 Piano chord chart
A6 guitar
A6 Guitar chord chart
A6 ukulele
A6 mandolin
A6 banjo



Scales Related to A6

Scales that include all of the notes of A6.
D major E major A major E melodic minor D ionian E ionian A ionian C#/Db harmonic minor C#/Db natural minor F#/Gb natural minor B natural minor E dorian F#/Gb dorian B dorian C#/Db phrygian F#/Gb phrygian G#/Ab phrygian D lydian G lydian A lydian

A6 summary table

Banjo chord name A6 (A sixth)
Notes and structureA Db E Gb (R 3 5 6)
Chord Categories normal major chord with added 6th   6th chord  
Other Notations Amajor6   AMaj6   AM6  
Chord Construction R = A
A + major interval = Db (scale degree = 3rd)
Db + minor interval = E (scale degree = 5th)
R = A - minor interval = Gb (scale degree = 6th)
A6 on other instrumentsA6 piano
A6 Piano chord chart
A6 guitar
A6 Guitar chord chart
A6 ukulele
A6 mandolin
A6 banjo



References related to this chord

normal major chord with added 6th   6th chord  

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