Db6/11sus/G# Mandolin Chord

Db6/11sus/G# for Mandolin has the notes Db F# G# A# and can be played 4 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 4 5 6.


Db6/11sus/G# Chord

AKA: Db6/7/11sus/G#;


Db6/11sus/G# Mandolin Chord Charts

Db6/11sus/G# mandolin chord
Db6/11sus/G# mandolin chord
Db6/11sus/G# mandolin chord
Db6/11sus/G# mandolin chord


Db6/11sus/G# Chord Structure

Notes: Db F# G# A#
Interval structure: R 4 5 6

Chord construction:
suspended chord: chord has no third (no m3 or 3)
chord is 6sus (suspended with added 6th); sus + 6
chord is 6/11sus: chord 6sus with added 4th (11th)



Db6/11sus/G# on other instruments

Db6/11sus/G# piano
Db6/11sus/G# Piano chord chart
Db6/11sus/G# guitar
Db6/11sus/G# Guitar chord chart
Db6/11sus/G# ukulele
Db6/11sus/G# mandolin
Db6/11sus/G# banjo

Db6/11sus/G# summary table

Mandolin chord name Db6/11sus/G#
Notes and structureDb F# G# A# ( R 4 5 6)
Chord Categories6  
Other NotationsDb6/7/11sus/G#;
Chord Constructionsuspended chord: chord has no third (no m3 or 3)
chord is 6sus (suspended with added 6th); sus + 6
chord is 6/11sus: chord 6sus with added 4th (11th)
Db6/11sus/G# on other instrumentsDb6/11sus/G# piano
Db6/11sus/G# Piano chord chart
Db6/11sus/G# guitar
Db6/11sus/G# Guitar chord chart
Db6/11sus/G# ukulele
Db6/11sus/G# mandolin
Db6/11sus/G# banjo



References related to this chord

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