D#11sus/A# Ukulele Chord

D#11sus/A# for Ukulele has the notes D# G# A# C# and can be played 4 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 4 5 m7.

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Ukulele chord name D#11sus/A#
Notes and structureD# G# A# C# ( R 4 5 m7)
Related Chords C#6/9sus   C#6/9sus/D#   C#6/9sus/G#   C#6/9sus/A#   D#11sus/C#   D#11sus   D#11sus/G#   G#sus2/4/C#   G#sus2/4/D#   G#sus2/4   G#sus2/4/A#  
Chord Categories7   11  
Other NotationsD#7/11sus/A#;
Chord Constructionsuspended chord: chord has no third (no m3 or 3)
chord is 7sus (suspended dominant 7): suspended + m7
chord is 11sus: chord 7sus with added 4th (11th)
D#11sus/A# on other instrumentsD#11sus/A# piano
D#11sus/A# Piano chord chart
D#11sus/A# guitar
D#11sus/A# Guitar chord chart
D#11sus/A# ukulele
D#11sus/A# mandolin
D#11sus/A# banjo

Ukulele chord charts

D#11sus/A# ukulele chord
D#11sus/A# ukulele chord
D#11sus/A# ukulele chord
D#11sus/A# ukulele chord




Scales Related to this chord

C#/Db major F#/Gb major G#/Ab major B major C#/Db melodic minor G#/Ab melodic minor C#/Db ionian F#/Gb ionian G#/Ab ionian B ionian G#/Ab harmonic minor D#/Eb natural minor F natural minor G#/Ab natural minor A#/Bb natural minor C#/Db dorian D#/Eb dorian G#/Ab dorian A#/Bb dorian C phrygian



References related to this chord

Eleventh Chords on Wikipedia
Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia
 
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