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Eb 11 Description

The Eb Dominant Eleventh chord is composed of the Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, Minor Seventh, Major Ninth, and Major Eleventh

The Eb11 chord is spelled in the following ways:

  • Eb Dominant Eleventh
  • Eb Dom 11
  • Eb Dominant 11
  • Eb11

The notes of the Eb11 chord are Eb, G, Bb, Db, F, and Ab

Learn 3 positions for this chord

Position 1

Fingers Positions

  • Mute the low E string
  • Mute the A string
  • Place your index finger (1) on the fret 1 of the D, G and high E strings at the same time
  • Place your middle finger (2) on the fret 2 of the B string

Position Characteristics

  • This position requires barre
  • This position is movable

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Position 2

Fingers Positions

  • Mute the low E string
  • Place your index finger (1) on the fret 6 of the A, D, G, B and high E strings at the same time

Position Characteristics

  • This position requires barre
  • This position is movable

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Position 3

Fingers Positions

  • Mute the A string
  • Place your index finger (1) on the fret 9 of the B and high E strings at the same time
  • Place your middle finger (2) on the fret 10 of the G string
  • Place your ring finger (3) on the fret 11 of the D string
  • Place your pinky finger (4) on the fret 11 of the low E string

Position Characteristics

  • This position requires barre
  • This position is movable

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