The minor 7 chord in general is a very common and popular chord. Along with the Major 7 and Dominant 7 chords, the minor 7 chord is one of the most common 7th chords in all of music.
A#m7 is essentially the same chord as Bbm7 chord. However, Bbm7 gets used a lot more often than A#m7.
Some Quick A#m7 Chord Theory
- The A sharp minor 7 chord contains the notes A#, C#, E# and G#.
- The A#m7 chord is produced by playing the 1st (root), flat 3rd, 5th and flat 7th of the A sharp Major scale.
- The A sharp minor 7 chord (just like all minor 7 chords) contains the following intervals (from the root note): minor 3rd, Major 3rd, minor 3rd, Major 2nd (back to the root note).
- A#m7 is an A#m chord, with the flat 7th (G#) included.
10 Ways To Play The A Sharp Minor 7 Chord
If you’ve come to this page just to view some chord diagrams for A#m7, here they are.
- A guide to minor 7 chords
- A sharp natural minor scale
- A# minor chord
- Chords page
- How guitar chords work
- A#m7 chord