F#6/9b5 Banjo Chord

F#6/9b5 for Banjo has the notes F# G# A# C D# and can be played 10 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 2 3 b5 6.

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Banjo chord name F#6/9b5
Notes and structureF# G# A# C D# ( R 2 3 b5 6)
Related Chords C#6/9sus4   C#6/9sus4/D#   C#6/9sus4/F#   C#6/9sus4/G#   C#6/9sus4/A#   D#m6/11/C   D#m11/C#   D#m6/11   D#m11   D#m6/11/F#   D#m11/F#   D#m6/11/G#   D#m11/G#   D#m6/11/A#   D#m11/A#  
Chord Categoriesmaj   dim   6  
Other NotationsF#6/7/9b5; F#6/7b5 add2; F#6/7b5 add9;
Chord Constructionmajor chord: chord has major third (R + 3)
chord is (b5): major + has diminished 5th (R´+ b5)
chord is 6b5 (major with diminished 5th with added 6th); b5 + 6
chord is 6/9b5: chord 6b5 with added 2nd (9th)
F#6/9b5 on other instrumentsF#6/9b5 piano
F#6/9b5 Piano chord chart
F#6/9b5 guitar
F#6/9b5 Guitar chord chart
F#6/9b5 ukulele
F#6/9b5 mandolin
F#6/9b5 banjo

Banjo chord charts

F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord
F#6/9b5 banjo chord




Scales Related to this chord

C#/Db major C#/Db melodic minor D#/Eb melodic minor C#/Db ionian A#/Bb natural minor D#/Eb dorian F phrygian F#/Gb lydian G#/Ab mixolydian A#/Bb aeolian C locrian E leading whole tone F#/Gb overtone G#/Ab overtone C altered D altered D enigmatic G dorian b2 A dorian b2 E augmented lydian



References related to this chord

Altered Seventh Chords on Wikipedia
Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia
 
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