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E Whole Tone #'S: The big list of chords and scale notes

Scale notes: E, F#, G#, A#, C, D

MIDI file: scale_e_whole_tone_sharps.mid (includes scale notes and chords)


Other root notes: [C], [C#], [D], [D#], [E], [F], [F#], [G], [G#], [A], [A#], [B]

Other scales: List of available scales

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Infographic: The most important chords
All important chords of E Whole Tone #

The most important triads
The following chords are the most important triads of this scale:

Eaug (I+): E-3, G#3, C-4
Eaug (I+)
F#aug (II+): F#3, A#3, D-4
F#aug (II+)
G#aug (III+): G#3, C-4, E-4
G#aug (III+)
A#aug (IV+): A#3, D-4, F#4
A#aug (IV+)
Caug (V+): C-4, E-4, G#4
Caug (V+)
Daug (VI+): D-4, F#4, A#4
Daug (VI+)

Common chords with bass note E
Eaug (I+): E-3, G#3, C-4
Eaug (I+)

Common chords with bass note F#
F#aug (II+): F#3, A#3, D-4
F#aug (II+)

Common chords with bass note G#
G#aug (III+): G#3, C-4, E-4
G#aug (III+)

Common chords with bass note A#
A#aug (IV+): A#3, D-4, F#4
A#aug (IV+)

Common chords with bass note C
Caug (V+): C-4, E-4, G#4
Caug (V+)

Common chords with bass note D
Daug (VI+): D-4, F#4, A#4
Daug (VI+)
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