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Look Up Chords By Notes
Which chords contain a given set of notes? Select up to 7 (minimum 2) unique notes in the dropdowns below to find out.
Check the boxes to narrow the results according to the option specified with each box. For detailed help, click →

Find chords that have the selected notes only, with no additional notes
Find chords that have the first selected note as the root note

Look Up Chords By Shape
Do you know or play a chord shape, but don’t know what chord that is? Or you’d like to design a chord shape based on some notes? Click/tap on the strings on the fretboard below where you would on a real fretboard to select those frets. When you have selected all the fret positions that make up the shape   [Show more]

Tip: The Tuning dropdown has a feature that lets you filter and shorten the list of values by typing in search phrases. You will find this helpful
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Family Instrument Tuning Enharmonic Frets Appearance Didn’t find what you need?
Step 1 Will your instrument have single strings, double-string courses or a combination of both?  
Single strings Double-string courses Combination of single & double string courses
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F
F♯
G
G♯
A
A♯
B
C
C♯
D
D♯
E
F
F♯
G
B
C
C♯
D
D♯
E
F
F♯
G
G♯
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A♯
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C
C♯
D
G
G♯
A
A♯
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C
C♯
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D♯
E
F
F♯
G
G♯
A
A♯
D
D♯
E
F
F♯
G
G♯
A
A♯
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C
C♯
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D♯
E
F
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A♯
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C♯
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D♯
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F♯
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G♯
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A♯
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C
E
F
F♯
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G♯
A
A♯
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C
C♯
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D♯
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Accidentals : Unicode (♯/♭) ASCII (#/b)