Guitar Chord A add 13 - no 5th
This little chord series is aimed at players who are already familiar with and using basic chords already - these are ways to spice some of the basics up. If you need to brush up or learn about basic chord usage please go to our Basic 'Essential' Chord Families Guide
A add 13 - no 5th
Here's a cool A add 13 chord/inversion which fits in well over certain dominant 7's. eg Try it to finish off a Blues progression in A7 - sounds great.
Guitar Chord Diagram A add 13
The numbers in the diagram are suggestions for fingering eg A1 means play the note A with the first finger. The 5th + 11th are left out in this voicing which is a common trick to save fingers, among other reasons.
- Full name: A Dominant 13 - no 5
- Chord Tones: 1 3 b7 9 13 (Dominant 13 chords like this are often played with the 11th left out - this particular one also leaves out the 5th)
- Notes: A C# G B F#
Thanx and hope you like the flavor of this sophisticated, bluesy, jazzy chord - here's a few more chord ideas we've looked at.