Fb Dominant Thirteen Sharp Eleventh Guitar Chord Fingering

Fb 13(#11) guitar chord shapes

This chord is composed of the Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, Minor Seventh, Major Ninth, Sharp Eleventh, and Major Thirteen

The Fb Dominant Thirteen Sharp Eleventh chord is known as:

  • Fb Dominant Thirteen Sharp Eleventh
  • Fb 13#11
  • Fb 13+11
  • Fb 13aug11
  • Fb13(#11)

The notes of the Fb Dominant Thirteen Sharp Eleventh chord are Fb, Ab, Cb, Ebb, Gb, Bb, and Db

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Fb 13(#11) chord Notes:

Fb Ab Cb Ebb Gb Bb Db

Chord Formula:

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

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Fingerings for the Fb13(#11) guitar chord

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Chord tones in te Fb 13(#11) chord

You can create any fingering you like on any part of the fretboard, just play some of the chord tones shown in the map below.

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

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