E# Dominant Seventh Flat Thirteen Added (E#7(b13)) chords on guitar

E# 7(b13) guitar chord shapes

This chord is made up of the Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, Minor Seventh, and Flat Thirteen

Different notations for the E#7(b13) chord:

  • E# Dominant Seventh Flat Thirteen Added
  • E# Dom7b13
  • E# 7b13
  • E# 7-13
  • E#7(b13)

The notes in the E#7(b13) chord are E#, G##, B#, D#, and C#

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E# 7(b13) chord Notes:

E# G## B# D# C#

Tones in the Dominant Seventh Flat Thirteen Added chord:

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

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E# Dominant Seventh Flat Thirteen Added Guitar Chord Fingers Positions

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How to create your own E# 7(b13) chord fingerings

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

3
1
5
b7
1
b13
3
1
5
b7
b13
3
5
3
1
b13
b7
3
5
b7
1
5
b13
b13
3
1
5
b7
b13
b7
3

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