F#m Guitar Chord Diagrams | F# Minor

F# m position 1 guitar chord diagram

The F# Minor chord is composed of the Root, Minor Third, and Perfect Fifth

This chord is also known as:

  • F# Minor
  • F# Min
  • F# Minor Triad
  • F#m

The notes in this chord are F#, A, and C#

Notes in the F# m chord:


Chord Structure:


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How To Play The F#m chord on guitar

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Position 1

F# m position 2 guitar chord diagram

Position 2

F# m position 4 guitar chord diagram

Position 3

F# m position 5 guitar chord diagram

Position 4

F# m position 3 guitar chord diagram

Position 5

F# m position 1 guitar chord diagram

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The F# Minor Chord | Keys, Songs and Harmonic Function

The most common way to play a F# minor chord is to move the well-known F minor chord one fret up the neck (remember, sharp, or '#', means 1 semitone up)

That's the beauty of bar chords; as they are movable: learning one shape allows you to play 12 different chords. You just need to shift that shape up or down the fretboard.

Songs with the F# minor chord

Crazy Train by Ozzy is in F# minor key, as well as Wonderwall by Oasis.

F# Minor Key

The table below shows you the chords in the key of F sharp minor:

Key i ii III iv v VI VII
F#m F#m G# dim A Bm C#m D E

Common Keys With The F# Minor Chord

Finally, here we show the most common keys that have F# minor chord.

E Major Key

In the E major key the F# minor chord is the Supertonic (2nd degree)

Key I ii iii IV V vi vii
E E F#m G#m A B C#m D# dim

D Major Key

The key in which we find the F# minor chord as Mediant (3rd degree) is the D major.

Key I ii iii IV V vi vii
D D Em F#m G A Bm C# dim

A Major Key

The F# minor key is the relative minor of the A major key, so we find the F# minor chord at the 6th degree.

Key I ii iii IV V vi vii
A A Bm C#m D E F#m G# dim

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