A#7b5 Guitar Chord | How to Play The A# Dominant Seventh Flat five Chord

A# 7b5 position 1 guitar chord diagram

The A# Dominant Seventh Flat five chord is composed of the Root, Major Third, diminished Fifth, and Minor Seventh

Different notations for this chord:

  • A# Dominant Seventh Flat Five
  • A# 7-5
  • A# 7(b5)
  • A# Dom7b5
  • A#7b5

The notes in the A#7b5 chord are A#, C##, E, and G#

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Notes in the A# 7b5 chord:

A# C## E G#

Chord Formula:

1
b2
2
b3
3
4
b5
5
#5
6
b7
7

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A#7b5 Guitar Chord Shapes

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Position 1
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A# 7b5 position 1 guitar chord diagram

Position 2
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A# 7b5 position 2 guitar chord diagram

Position 3
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A# 7b5 position 3 guitar chord diagram

Chord tones in te A# 7b5 chord

You can create any fingering you like on any part of the fretboard, just play some of the chord tones shown in the map below. Some shapes will sound good, some less, let your ears decide!

b5
3
b5
b7
1
b5
3
1
b7
b7
b5
3
1
b7
1
3
b5
1
b7
b5
3
3
1
b7
b5
3
b5

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