The G#maj chord is made up of the Root, Major Third, and Perfect Fifth
Different notations for the G# Major chord:
- G# Major
- G# Maj
- G# M
- G# Major Triad
This chord is made up of the notes G#, B#, and D#
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G# maj chord Notes:
G# B# D#
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