Minor 6th Chords... (m6)
Definition & chord formula
A minor 6th chord is a chord having a root, a minor third, a perfect fifth and a major 6th. It is basically a minor chord with an added 6th. (A minor chord is a chord with a root, minor 3rd and perfect 5th)
The chord can be written as m6 or min6, with m6 being the most common.
The chord formula for a minor 6 chord is 1 - ♭3 - 5 - 6
The featured song for this session is If by Bread.
Example... Calculating a Dm6 Chord
Minor 6th Chord Table:
Am6 - Cm6
Free Download: minor 6th chords - Part 1
C#m6 / Dbm6) - Em6
Free Download: minor 6th chords - Part 2
Fm6 - G#m6 / Abm6
Free Download: minor 6 chords - Part 3
Featured Song using m6 chords:
If ...............by Bread
Free Download: 'If' by Bread - chords and lyrics
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