What is a D6 chord?
The D6 chord (D Major 6) contains the notes D, F#, A and B. It is produced by taking the 1 (root), 3, 5 and 6 of the D Major scale. Here are 10 ways to play the D6 chord.
What is A7 on piano?
A7 is what is called a “dominant 7th chord”. It is based on a major triad, but adds a minor 7th note to create the dominant 7th chord. This creates a very classy and elegant sound, that is neither major nor minor sounding, but actually both at the same time.