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6th Chords

Major 6th chords consist of a root, a major third, a perfect fifth and a sixth note of the major scale built on the root.

Stradella bass system allows you to play 6th chords on the accordion combining the root bass with the minor chord of its 6th degree.

6th chords on Accordion in all keys:

A6 Accordion chord chart

How to play an A6 chord on Accordion

AKA: A6, A6th, Aadd6, AM6, A Maj6, A Major sixth, A major6, A sixth Notes: A, C#, E, F# Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: A + F#m (B♭♭ + G♭m) Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2

Bb6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a Bb6 chord on Accordion

AKA: Bb6, Bb6th, Bb add6, BbM6, BbMaj6, Bb Major sixth, Bb major6, Bb sixth Notes: Bb, D, F, G Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: Bb + Gm Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

B6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a B6 chord on Accordion

AKA: B6, B6th, B add6, BM6, BMaj6, B Major sixth, B major6, B sixth Notes: B, D#, F#, G# Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: B + G#m (C♭ + A♭m) Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

C6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a C6 chord on Accordion

AKA: C6, C6th, Cadd6, CM6, CMaj6, C Major sixth, C major6, C sixth Notes: C, E, G, A Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: C + Am Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

Db6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a Db6 chord on Accordion

AKA: Db6, Db 6th, Db add6, DbM6, DbMaj6, Db Major sixth, Db major6, Db sixth Notes: Db, F, Ab, Bb Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: Db + Bbm (C# + A#m) Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

D6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a D6 chord on Accordion

AKA: D6, D6th, Dadd6, DM6, DMaj6, DMajor sixth, D major6, D sixth Notes: D, F#, A, B Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: D + Bm Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

D#6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a D#6 chord on Accordion

AKA: D sharp 6, D#6, D#6th, D#add6, D#M6, D#Maj6, D# Major sixth, D# major6, D# sixth Notes: D#, Fx, A#, B# (D#, G, A#, C) Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: Eb + Cm Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

Eb6 Accordion chord chart

How to play an Eb6 chord on Accordion

AKA: Eb6, Eb6th, Eb add6, EbM6, EbMaj6, Eb Major sixth, Eb major6, Eb sixth Notes: E♭, G, B♭, C Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: E♭+ Cm Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

E6 Accordion chord chart

How to play an E6 chord on Accordion

AKA: E6, E6th, E add6, EM6, E Maj6, E Major sixth, E major6, E sixth Notes: E, G#, B, C# Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: E + C#m (F♭ + D♭m) Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

F6 Accordion chord chart

How to play an F6 chord on Accordion

AKA: F6, F6th, F add6, FM6, F Maj6, F Major sixth, F major6, F sixth Notes: F, A, C, D Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: F + Dm Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

F#6 Accordion chord chart

How to play an F#6 chord on Accordion

AKA: F sharp 6, F#6, F#6th, F# add6, F#M6, F# Maj6, F# Major sixth, F# major6, F# sixth Notes: F#, A#, C#, D# Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: F# + D#m (G♭ + E♭m) Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

Gb6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a Gb6 chord on Accordion

AKA: Gb6, Gb6th, Gb add6, GbM6, Gb Maj6, Gb Major sixth, Gb major6, Gb sixth Notes: G♭, B♭, D♭, E♭ Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: G♭+ E♭m (F# + D#m) Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

G6 Accordion chord chart

How to play a G6 chord on Accordion

AKA: G6, G6th, G add6, GM6, G Maj6, G Major sixth, G major6, G sixth Notes: G, B, D, E Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: G + Em Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2  

Ab6 Accordion chord chart

How to play an Ab6 chord on Accordion

AKA: Ab6, Ab6th, Ab add6, AbM6, Ab Maj6, Ab Major sixth, Ab major6, Ab sixth Notes: A♭, C, E♭, F Intervals: R, 3°, 5°, 6° Left hand: A♭ + Fm Fingering: 4 + 2 or 5 + 2