Bb13(#5) chord - Bb Dominant Thirteen Sharp Fifth - guitar chord chart

Bb 13(#5) guitar chord shapes

The intervals composing the Bb13(#5) chord are Root, Major Third, Augmented Fifth, Minor Seventh, Major Ninth, Major Eleventh, and Major Thirteen

Name variations for the Bb13(#5) chord:

  • Bb Dominant Thirteen Sharp Fifth
  • Bb 13+5
  • Bb 13aug5
  • Bb 13#5
  • Bb13(#5)

This chord is made up of the notes Bb, D, F#, Ab, C, Eb, and G

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Bb 13(#5) chord Notes:

Bb D F# Ab C Eb G

How the Dominant Thirteen Sharp Fifth chord is built:

1
b2
2
b3
3
4
b5
5
#5
6
b7
7
8
b9
9
#9
11
#11
13

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Bb13(#5) Guitar Chord Voicings

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Bb 13(#5) guitar chord: fretboard map of the intervals

Pick some of the tones from the fretboard map below and play this chord in new ways.

13
3
9
b7
11
1
#5
#5
13
3
1
9
13
b7
11
#5
b7
9
13
3
1
b7
11
1
#5
3
9
13
11
1
9
b7
#5
3
9
13
3
11
1
#5
b7
11
13
3

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