G9b5sus Mandolin Chord

G9b5sus for Mandolin has the notes G A C# F and can be played 5 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 2 b5 m7.


G9b5sus Chord

AKA: G7/9b5sus; G7b5sus add2; G7b5sus add9;


G9b5sus Mandolin Chord Charts

G9b5sus mandolin chord
G9b5sus mandolin chord
G9b5sus mandolin chord
G9b5sus mandolin chord
G9b5sus mandolin chord


G9b5sus Chord Structure

Notes: G A C# F
Interval structure: R 2 b5 m7

Chord construction:
suspended chord: chord has no third (no m3 or 3)
chord is sus(b5): suspended + has diminished 5th (R + b5)
chord is 7b5sus (suspended with diminished 5th with dominant 7): sus(b5) + m7
chord is 9b5sus: chord 7b5sus with added 2nd (9th)



G9b5sus on other instruments

G9b5sus piano
G9b5sus Piano chord chart
G9b5sus guitar
G9b5sus Guitar chord chart
G9b5sus ukulele
G9b5sus mandolin
G9b5sus banjo

G9b5sus summary table

Mandolin chord name G9b5sus
Notes and structureG A C# F ( R 2 b5 m7)
Chord Categoriessus   dim   7   9  
Other NotationsG7/9b5sus; G7b5sus add2; G7b5sus add9;
Chord Constructionsuspended chord: chord has no third (no m3 or 3)
chord is sus(b5): suspended + has diminished 5th (R + b5)
chord is 7b5sus (suspended with diminished 5th with dominant 7): sus(b5) + m7
chord is 9b5sus: chord 7b5sus with added 2nd (9th)
G9b5sus on other instrumentsG9b5sus piano
G9b5sus Piano chord chart
G9b5sus guitar
G9b5sus Guitar chord chart
G9b5sus ukulele
G9b5sus mandolin
G9b5sus banjo



References related to this chord

sus   dim   7   9  

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