A#m(maj7) Ukulele Chord
A sharp minor with major seventh for ukulele

A#m(maj7) for Ukulele has the notes A# Db F A and can be played 1 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R m3 5 7.


A#m(maj7) Chord

Full name: A sharp minor with major seventh
AKA: A#m(M7)   A#min(Maj7)   A#m(+7)   A#-(M7)   A#m(addM7)   A#m(add7)   A#min(addM7)   A#min(+7)   A#min(add7)  


A#m(maj7) Ukulele Chord Charts

A#m(maj7) ukulele chord


A#m(maj7) Chord Structure

Notes: A# Db F A
Interval structure: R m3 5 7

Chord construction:
R = A#
A# + minor interval = Db (scale degree = minor 3rd)
Db + major interval = F (scale degree = 5th)
F + major interval = A (scale degree = 7th)


Chords related to A#m(maj7)

Bbm(maj7) ;


A#m(maj7) on other instruments

A#m(maj7) piano
A#m(maj7) Piano chord chart
A#m(maj7) guitar
A#m(maj7) Guitar chord chart
A#m(maj7) ukulele
A#m(maj7) mandolin
A#m(maj7) banjo



A#m(maj7) Chord Harmonized Progressions

A# harmonic minor scale harmonized 7th chords
A#m(maj7) Cm7b5 Dbmaj7#5 D#m7 F7 F#maj7 Adim7

A# melodic minor scale harmonized 7th chords
A#m(maj7) Cm7 Dbmaj7#5 D#7 F7 Gdim7 Am7b5


A#m(maj7) summary table

Ukulele chord name A#m(maj7) (A sharp minor with major seventh)
Notes and structureA# Db F A (R m3 5 7)
Related Chords Bbm(maj7) ;
Chord Categories minor chord with a major 7   7th chord  
Other Notations A#m(M7)   A#min(Maj7)   A#m(+7)   A#-(M7)   A#m(addM7)   A#m(add7)   A#min(addM7)   A#min(+7)   A#min(add7)  
Chord Construction R = A#
A# + minor interval = Db (scale degree = minor 3rd)
Db + major interval = F (scale degree = 5th)
F + major interval = A (scale degree = 7th)
A#m(maj7) on other instrumentsA#m(maj7) piano
A#m(maj7) Piano chord chart
A#m(maj7) guitar
A#m(maj7) Guitar chord chart
A#m(maj7) ukulele
A#m(maj7) mandolin
A#m(maj7) banjo



References related to this chord

minor chord with a major 7   7th chord  

Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

Diminished Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
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