Learn A Shape For The Ab/G# Major Chord!

a flat g major chord shapeHere is a shape for the A flat / G sharp major guitar chord. This chord diagram uses one of the more common bar chord voicings. The lowest root note of this chord is the Ab / G# on the 4th fret of the 6th string. When a note can be called by more than one name, in this case A flat or G sharp, that note is said to be enhamonic. If you need more help on playing bar chords you can always go to the bar chord lesson.




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  • Smita says:

    Thanks! It took me a few rewinds but I got it!! 1st song I’ve ever laerned to play You really broke? it down nicely and explained it all so well .and in a way that didn’t make me feel dumb or spoken down to. Can’t wait to check out some more of your lessons. And THANKS again

  • Tu Nguyen says:

    thanks for this essential chord, nice work.

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