How To Play The D#sus Ukulele Chord
To play the D#sus chord, place the middle finger on the 3rd fret of the C-string, ring finger on the 4th fret of the E-string, and index finger on the 1st fret of the bottom A-string. Let the other string ring open.
D#sus Ukulele Chord Explanation
The Ebsus chord (also known as the D#sus chord) contains the notes Eb-Ab-Bb.
In this case, the "sus" in the chord name, which means suspended is referring to a "sus4" note.
To build an Ebsus chord, take the suspended fourth chord formula (1-4-5) and apply it to the Eb major scale (Eb, F, G, Ab, Bb, C, D).
Identify the first, fourth, and fifth scale degrees in the Eb major scale which are Eb-Ab-Bb, which gives you an Ebsus chord.
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