This chord is made up of the Root, Minor Third, and diminished Fifth
Name variations for the D#dim chord:
- D# Diminished
- D# Dim
- D# Diminished Triad
- D# Ø
The notes of this chord are D#, F#, and A
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D# dim chord Notes:
D# F# A
How to create the Diminished chord:
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