E6/C# Banjo Chord

E6/C# for Banjo has the notes E G# B C# and can be played 3 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 3 5 6.


E6/C# Chord


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E6/C# Banjo Chord Charts

E6/C# banjo chord
E6/C# banjo chord
E6/C# banjo chord


E6/C# Inversions on banjo


E6/C# Chord Structure

Notes: E G# B C#
Interval structure: R 3 5 6

Chord construction:
major chord: chord has major third (R + 3)
chord is 6 (major with added 6th)



E6   C#m7   E6/B   Dbm7   E6/Ab   E6/G#   E6/Db   Dbm7/E   C#m7/B   C#m7/E   Dbm7/B  


E6/C# on other instruments

E6/C# piano
E6/C# Piano chord chart
E6/C# guitar
E6/C# Guitar chord chart
E6/C# ukulele
E6/C# mandolin
E6/C# banjo



Scales Related to E6/C#

Scales that include all of the notes of E6/C#.
E major A major B major B melodic minor E ionian A ionian B ionian G#/Ab harmonic minor C#/Db natural minor F#/Gb natural minor G#/Ab natural minor C#/Db dorian F#/Gb dorian B dorian C#/Db phrygian D#/Eb phrygian G#/Ab phrygian D lydian E lydian A lydian

E6/C# chord staff

Musical staff for the E6/C# chord

E6/C# summary table

Banjo chord name E6/C#
Notes and structureE G# B C# ( R 3 5 6)
Related Chords E6   C#m7   E6/B   Dbm7   E6/Ab   E6/G#   E6/Db   Dbm7/E   C#m7/B   C#m7/E   Dbm7/B  
Chord Categoriesmaj   6  
Chord Constructionmajor chord: chord has major third (R + 3)
chord is 6 (major with added 6th)
E6/C# on other instrumentsE6/C# piano
E6/C# Piano chord chart
E6/C# guitar
E6/C# Guitar chord chart
E6/C# ukulele
E6/C# mandolin
E6/C# banjo



References related to this chord

maj   6  

Altered Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia