B7#5 Mandolin Chord
B seventh sharp fifth for mandolin

B7#5 for Mandolin has the notes B Eb G A and can be played 7 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 3 #5 m7.


B7#5 Chord

Full name: B seventh sharp fifth
AKA: B7(+5)   Baug7   B+7  


B7#5 Mandolin Chord Charts

B7#5 mandolin chord
B7#5 mandolin chord
B7#5 mandolin chord
B7#5 mandolin chord
B7#5 mandolin chord
B7#5 mandolin chord
B7#5 mandolin chord


B7#5 Chord Structure

Notes: B Eb G A
Interval structure: R 3 #5 m7

Chord construction:
R = B
B + major interval = Eb (scale degree = 3rd)
Eb + major interval = G (scale degree = sharp/augmented 5th)
G + minor interval = A (scale degree = minor 7th)


B7#5 on other instruments

B7#5 piano
B7#5 Piano chord chart
B7#5 guitar
B7#5 Guitar chord chart
B7#5 ukulele
B7#5 mandolin
B7#5 banjo

B7#5 summary table

Mandolin chord name B7#5 (B seventh sharp fifth)
Notes and structureB Eb G A (R 3 #5 m7)
Chord Categories augmented chord with a minor 7   7th chord  
Other Notations B7(+5)   Baug7   B+7  
Chord Construction R = B
B + major interval = Eb (scale degree = 3rd)
Eb + major interval = G (scale degree = sharp/augmented 5th)
G + minor interval = A (scale degree = minor 7th)
B7#5 on other instrumentsB7#5 piano
B7#5 Piano chord chart
B7#5 guitar
B7#5 Guitar chord chart
B7#5 ukulele
B7#5 mandolin
B7#5 banjo



References related to this chord

augmented chord with a minor 7   7th chord  

Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
We use cookies to personalize content and ads, social media features and to evaluate our traffic.     Learn More