Cm6/D# Banjo Chord

Cm6/D# for Banjo has the notes C D# G A and can be played 4 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R m3 5 6.


Cm6/D# Chord



Cm6/D# Banjo Chord Charts

Cm6/D# banjo chord
Cm6/D# banjo chord
Cm6/D# banjo chord
Cm6/D# banjo chord


Cm6/D# Chord Structure

Notes: C D# G A
Interval structure: R m3 5 6

Chord construction:
minor chord: chord has minor third (R + m3)
chord is m6 (minor with added 6th)



Chords related to Cm6/D#

Cm6   Adim7   Cm6/A   D#6b5   Eb6b5   Cm6/G   Cm6/Eb   Adim7/C   D#6b5/G   Eb6b5/G   D#6b5/C  


Cm6/D# on other instruments

Cm6/D# piano
Cm6/D# Piano chord chart
Cm6/D# guitar
Cm6/D# Guitar chord chart
Cm6/D# ukulele
Cm6/D# mandolin
Cm6/D# banjo

Cm6/D# summary table

Banjo chord name Cm6/D#
Notes and structureC D# G A ( R m3 5 6)
Related Chords Cm6   Adim7   Cm6/A   D#6b5   Eb6b5   Cm6/G   Cm6/Eb   Adim7/C   D#6b5/G   Eb6b5/G   D#6b5/C  
Chord Categoriesmin   6  
Chord Constructionminor chord: chord has minor third (R + m3)
chord is m6 (minor with added 6th)
Cm6/D# on other instrumentsCm6/D# piano
Cm6/D# Piano chord chart
Cm6/D# guitar
Cm6/D# Guitar chord chart
Cm6/D# ukulele
Cm6/D# mandolin
Cm6/D# banjo



References related to this chord

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Altered Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

Minor Chords on Wikipedia

 
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