This chord is made up of the Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, Minor Seventh, Major Ninth, Major Eleventh, and Major Thirteen
Some chord charts name this chord as:
- A# Dominant Thirteen
The notes of the A# Dominant Thirteen chord are A#, C##, E#, G#, B#, D#, and F##
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Notes of the A# 13 chord:
A# C## E# G# B# D# F##
Tones in the Dominant Thirteen chord:
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