A5\E Guitar Chord

A5\E Guitar Chord. 4 chord voicings, charts and sounds. Chord notes and structure: A Db F E (R 3 #5 5).


A5\E Chord

Standard name: A/E add(#5)
AKA: A/E add(+5);  
Guitar sound:

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A/E add(#5) Guitar Chord Charts

Guitar chart on frets: 0 0 3 2 2 0
A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets 0, 0, 3, 2, 2, 0 A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets 0, 0, 3, 2, 2, 0


Guitar chart on frets: x 7 7 6 6 x
A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets x, 7, 7, 6, 6, x A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets x, 7, 7, 6, 6, x


Guitar chart on frets: 12 x 11 10 10 12
A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets 12, x, 11, 10, 10, 12 A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets 12, x, 11, 10, 10, 12


Guitar chart on frets: 12 12 11 9 x 9
A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets 12, 12, 11, 9, x, 9 A/E add(#5) for guitar on frets 12, 12, 11, 9, x, 9




A/E add(#5) Inversions on guitar

Aadd(#5) guitar chord
A\Dbadd(#5) guitar chord
A\Fadd(#5) guitar chord
A\Eadd(#5) guitar chord

A/E add(#5) chord charts for left handed guitar

A/E add(#5) guitar chord left handedA/E add(#5) guitar chord left handedA/E add(#5) guitar chord left handedA/E add(#5) guitar chord left handed


A/E add(#5) Chord Structure

Notes: A Db F E
Interval structure: R 3 #5 5

Chord construction:
major chord: chord has major third (R + 3)
add degrees that do not fit in the chord structure: add(#5)


A/E add(#5) on other instruments

A5\E piano
A/E add(#5) Piano chord chart
A5\E guitar
A5\E Guitar chord chart
A5\E ukulele
A%5CE%2Badd(%235) ukulele chord
A5\E mandolin
A%5CE%2Badd(%235) mandolin chord
A5\E banjo
A%5CE%2Badd(%235) banjo chord



A/E add(#5) Chord Harmonized Progressions

A major scale harmonized triads
A Bm Dbm D E Gbm Abdim

E major scale harmonized triads
E Gbm Abm A B Dbm Ebdim

D major scale harmonized triads
D Em Gbm G A Bm Dbdim

F# natural minor scale harmonized triads
F#m G#dim A Bm C#m D E

C# natural minor scale harmonized triads
C#m D#dim E F#m G#m A B

B natural minor scale harmonized triads
Bm Dbdim D Em Gbm G A

D harmonic minor scale harmonized triads
Dm Edim Faug Gm A Bb Dbdim

C# harmonic minor scale harmonized triads
C#m D#dim Eaug F#m G# A Cdim

E melodic minor scale harmonized triads
Em Gbm Gaug A B Dbdim Ebdim

D melodic minor scale harmonized triads
Dm Em Faug G A Bdim Dbdim




Scales Related to A/E add(#5)

Scales that include all of the notes of A/E add(#5).
D melodic minor D harmonic minor C#/Db augmented F augmented A augmented F leading whole tone F double harmonic A double harmonic G overtone C six tone symmetrical E six tone symmetrical G#/Ab six tone symmetrical C#/Db altered C#/Db altered bb7 F enigmatic E dorian b2 G#/Ab dorian b2 F augmented lydian G lydian b7 A mixolydian b6

A/E add(#5) chord staff

Musical staff for the A/E add(#5) chord

A/E add(#5) summary table

Guitar chord name A5\E
standard name: A/E add(#5)
Guitar sound
Notes and structureA Db F E (R 3 #5 5)
Chord Categoriesmaj  
Other NotationsA/E add(+5);  
Chord Constructionmajor chord: chord has major third (R + 3)
add degrees that do not fit in the chord structure: add(#5)
A5\E on other instrumentsA5\E piano
A/E add(#5) Piano chord chart
A5\E guitar
A5\E Guitar chord chart
A5\E ukulele
A%5CE%2Badd(%235) ukulele chord
A5\E mandolin
A%5CE%2Badd(%235) mandolin chord
A5\E banjo
A%5CE%2Badd(%235) banjo chord

Tweak notes of A/E add(#5)

E
C#
A
F
A
E
X
X
X
X
X
X




References related to this chord

maj  

Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

Major Chords on Wikipedia

 
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