G#m6/9 chord - G# Minor Sixth Ninth - guitar chord chart

G# m6/9 guitar chord shapes

The G#m6/9 chord is composed of the Root, Minor Third, Perfect Fifth, Major Sixth, and Major Ninth

The G# Minor Sixth Ninth chord is spelled in the following ways:

  • G# Minor Sixth Ninth
  • G# Minor 6 Add 9
  • G# Minor 6 Added Ninemin 6 Add 9
  • G#m6/9

The notes in the G# Minor Sixth Ninth chord are G#, B, D#, E#, and A#

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Notes that compose the G# m6/9 chord:

G# B D# E# A#

Chord formula for the Minor Sixth Ninth chord:

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

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G# m6/9 guitar chord: fretboard map of the intervals

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b3
6
1
5
9
6
b3
9
6
1
5
b3
1
9
6
1
5
9
b3
b3
5
9
6
1
b3
6
5
9
1
5
b3

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