A#7b5/E Ukulele Chord

A#7b5/E for Ukulele has the notes A# D E G# and can be played 1 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 3 b5 m7.


A#7b5/E Chord


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A#7b5/E Ukulele Chord Charts

A#7b5/E ukulele chord


A#7b5/E Inversions on ukulele

A#7b5 ukulele chord
A#7b5\D ukulele chord
A#7b5\G# ukulele chord

A#7b5/E chord charts for left handed ukulele

A#7b5/E ukulele chord left handed



A#7b5/E Chord Structure

Notes: A# D E G#
Interval structure: R 3 b5 m7

Chord construction:
major chord: chord has major third (R + 3)
chord is (b5): major + has diminished 5th (R´+ b5)
chord is 7b5 (major with diminished 5th and dominant 7): b5 + m7



E7b5   A#7b5   Bb7b5   E7b5/D   A#7b5/D   E7b5/Ab   E7b5/G#   Bb7b5/E   E7b5/A#   E7b5/Bb   Bb7b5/D  


A#7b5/E on other instruments

A#7b5/E piano
A#7b5/E Piano chord chart
A#7b5/E guitar
A#7b5/E Guitar chord chart
A#7b5/E ukulele
A%237b5%5CE ukulele chord
A#7b5/E mandolin
A%237b5%5CE mandolin chord
A#7b5/E banjo
A%237b5%5CE banjo chord



Scales Related to A#7b5/E

Scales that include all of the notes of A#7b5/E.
F melodic minor B melodic minor C#/Db diminished (halftone - wholetone) E diminished (halftone - wholetone) G diminished (halftone - wholetone) A#/Bb diminished (halftone - wholetone) D diminished (wholetone - halftone) F diminished (wholetone - halftone) G#/Ab diminished (wholetone - halftone) B diminished (wholetone - halftone) C whole tone D whole tone E whole tone F#/Gb whole tone G#/Ab whole tone A#/Bb whole tone C leading whole tone D leading whole tone E leading whole tone F#/Gb leading whole tone

A#7b5/E chord staff

Musical staff for the A#7b5/E chord

A#7b5/E summary table

Ukulele chord name A#7b5/E
Notes and structureA# D E G# ( R 3 b5 m7)
Related Chords E7b5   A#7b5   Bb7b5   E7b5/D   A#7b5/D   E7b5/Ab   E7b5/G#   Bb7b5/E   E7b5/A#   E7b5/Bb   Bb7b5/D  
Chord Categoriesmaj   dim   7  
Chord Constructionmajor chord: chord has major third (R + 3)
chord is (b5): major + has diminished 5th (R´+ b5)
chord is 7b5 (major with diminished 5th and dominant 7): b5 + m7
A#7b5/E on other instrumentsA#7b5/E piano
A#7b5/E Piano chord chart
A#7b5/E guitar
A#7b5/E Guitar chord chart
A#7b5/E ukulele
A%237b5%5CE ukulele chord
A#7b5/E mandolin
A%237b5%5CE mandolin chord
A#7b5/E banjo
A%237b5%5CE banjo chord



References related to this chord

maj   dim   7  

Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
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