There are many positions (ways, variants etc.) to play the G# or Ab major chord on the mandolin.
In this article you can find the most common G# or Ab major chord positions – displayed on the slideshow above, fingered for your convenience. If you need help to understand how to play them, you will find step-by-step instructions at the middle of this article. Finally, the article closes with a chord chart for future reference, feel free to print it.
What is a G#/Ab major Chord?
The G#/Ab major chord is a triad that consists of the following notes:
Here you can see the G# major chord written on a pentagram:
And here you can see the Ab major written on a pentagram:
Playing the G#/Ab major chord on the mandolin
For your Reference
If you feel like learning how to play G# (Ab) major on every possible position on the mandolin, see below a Chord Chart diagram for your reference.
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