The chord chart below lists the common triad and four note extended chords belonging to the key of F# / Gb natural minor. Roman numerals indicate each chord's position relative to the scale.
G flat minor:
Note, it is not common to use G flat minor because it causes problems with notation. The same notes are still common to F# minor.
|Common chord progressions in F# natural minor|
|i - VI - VII||F#m - D - E|
|i - iv - VII||F#m - Bm - E|
|i - iv - v||F#m - Bm - C#m|
|i - VI - III - VII||F#m - D - A - E|
|ii - v - i||G#m7b5 - C#m - F#m|
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