The intervals in the B#maj chord are Root, Major Third, and Perfect Fifth
The B# Major chord is known as:
- B# Major
- B# Maj
- B# M
- B# Major Triad
The notes in the B#maj chord are B#, D##, and F##
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Notes in the B# maj chord:
B# D## F##
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