A sharp/B flat 7+9 chord

Chord Naming variations:

A# dominant seventh sharp ninth, A#7(#9), A#7(+9)
Bb dominant seventh sharp ninth, Bb7(#9), Bb7(+9)

This chord is a major triad with a minor seventh and an augmented ninth

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Position 1

Beginner guitar chords: Bb7(#9) voicing 1

Position 2

Chord book: A# dominant seventh sharp ninth chord fingering 2

Position 3

Chords for songs: Bb7(#9) chord fretboard position 3

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