C#9/11sus/D# Banjo Chord

C#9/11sus/D# for Banjo has the notes C# D# F# G# B and can be played 2 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 2 4 5 m7.


C#9/11sus/D# Chord



C#9/11sus/D# Banjo Chord Charts

C#9/11sus/D# banjo chord
C#9/11sus/D# banjo chord


C#9/11sus/D# Chord Structure

Notes: C# D# F# G# B
Interval structure: R 2 4 5 m7

Chord construction:
suspended chord: chord has no third (no m3 or 3)
chord is 7sus (suspended dominant 7): suspended + m7
chord is 9sus: chord 7sus with added 2nd (9th)
chord is 9/11sus: chord 9sus with added 4th (11th)



C#9/11sus/D# on other instruments

C#9/11sus/D# piano
C#9/11sus/D# Piano chord chart
C#9/11sus/D# guitar
C#9/11sus/D# Guitar chord chart
C#9/11sus/D# ukulele
C#9/11sus/D# mandolin
C#9/11sus/D# banjo

C#9/11sus/D# summary table

Banjo chord name C#9/11sus/D#
Notes and structureC# D# F# G# B ( R 2 4 5 m7)
Chord Categories7   9  
Chord Constructionsuspended chord: chord has no third (no m3 or 3)
chord is 7sus (suspended dominant 7): suspended + m7
chord is 9sus: chord 7sus with added 2nd (9th)
chord is 9/11sus: chord 9sus with added 4th (11th)
C#9/11sus/D# on other instrumentsC#9/11sus/D# piano
C#9/11sus/D# Piano chord chart
C#9/11sus/D# guitar
C#9/11sus/D# Guitar chord chart
C#9/11sus/D# ukulele
C#9/11sus/D# mandolin
C#9/11sus/D# banjo



References related to this chord

7   9  

Ninth Chords on Wikipedia

Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
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