How to play the G# maj/Ab maj guitar chord

Description

This chord is a major triad: root, major third, perfect fifth.
This chord as the following alternative names: G#/Ab major G#/Ab M G#/Ab

Chords Chart Pdf Free Download

Position 1

G# maj/Ab maj chord fretboard diagram. Fretboard position 1 image

Position 2

G# maj/Ab maj guitar chord chart. Fretboard position 2 image

Position 3

Diagram for G# maj/Ab maj guitar chord. Fretboard position 3 image

Fingers notation: 1 = index, 2 = middle, 3 = ring, 4 = pinky. Click here to learn more.

How to play the G# maj/Ab maj guitar chord: Interactive Chord Tabs

Click on the play button to listen to the chords and visualize the patterns

loading soundsLoading sounds...

Chord Structure:

1 3 5

1
b2
2
b3
3
4
b5
5
#5
6
b7
7

Don't Miss All The Guitar Learning Software:

Fretboard Trainer

fretboard trainer guitar software

Memorize all the notes of the fretboard in 1 week

Scale Finder

scale finder tool for guitar

Learn how to play scales and arpeggios up and down the neck

Interval Trainer

interval trainer for guitar fretboard

Learn intervals on the fretboard and build chords on the fly

Chords Finder

learn new guitar chords

Learn the right fingerings for more than 250 chords

Jam Tracks Creator

chords progressions generator

Create chords progressions and see the tones on the fretboard

Interval Ear Trainer

interval ear training

Practice interval ear training on the guitar fretboard

Chords Recognition Game

chords recognition software

Get able to identify chords type instantly

Guitar Modes Chart

interactive modal chart

Learn modes with this interactive tool

Sharing is caring!

Is this helpful?
Share with your fellow guitar players!

Related posts:

Easy guitar songs for beginners

Easy guitar songs for beginners article icon

In this article we are going to learn 5 songs with easy chords: pop rock, rock, and folk examples... Read more

Learn Flamenco Guitar Online

Learn Flamenco Guitar Online article icon

Learn the basics of flamenco spanish guitar online: most common scales, chord progressions, and a bit of flamenco history... Read more

Questions or comments? Drop a line below!