Db5 Banjo Chord

Db5 for Banjo has the notes Db Ab and can be played 2 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 5.


Db5 Chord

Full name: D flat power chord

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ChartsInversionsStructureRelated chordsChord on other instrumentsRelated scalesChord staffSummary tableReferences


Db5 Banjo Chord Charts

Db5 banjo chord
Db5 banjo chord


Db5 Inversions on banjo

Db5\Ab banjo chord



Db5 Chord Structure

Notes: Db Ab
Interval structure: R 5


C#5 ;


Db5 on other instruments

Db5 piano
Db5 Piano chord chart
Db5 guitar
Db5 Guitar chord chart
Db5 ukulele
Db5 ukulele chord
Db5 mandolin
Db5 mandolin chord
Db5 banjo
Db5 banjo chord



Scales Related to Db5

Scales that include all of the notes of Db5.
C#/Db major E major F#/Gb major G#/Ab major A major B major C#/Db melodic minor F#/Gb melodic minor G#/Ab melodic minor B melodic minor C#/Db ionian E ionian F#/Gb ionian G#/Ab ionian A ionian B ionian C#/Db harmonic minor F harmonic minor F#/Gb harmonic minor G#/Ab harmonic minor

Db5 chord staff

Musical staff for the Db5 chord

Db5 summary table

Banjo chord name Db5 (D flat power chord)
Notes and structureDb Ab (R 5)
Related Chords C#5 ;
Chord Categories Chord played ommiting the 3rd, usually because the use of distortion creates unwanted harmonics.  
Db5 on other instrumentsDb5 piano
Db5 Piano chord chart
Db5 guitar
Db5 Guitar chord chart
Db5 ukulele
Db5 ukulele chord
Db5 mandolin
Db5 mandolin chord
Db5 banjo
Db5 banjo chord



References related to this chord

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