|The minor 6th chord|
|-6, m(add6), m6, min6|
Most popular root:
||D, A, G, E, F|
||Blues, Country, Folk, Latin, Soul|
Some m6th chord examples.
In construction you simply add the add the 6th degree to a minor chord to form a minor 6th. It shares the same notes as a m7-5 chord e.g. Dm6 and Bm7-5/D share the same notes – if you have Chord Miner check out the Dm6 to see. The m6th is actually the inversion of the m7-5 chord.
|Songs using minor 6th chord:|
(NB Common types such as Maj, m, 7 will generate longs lists)