Chord Theory Chart

Here is how the most common chords are constructed. Notes in parentheses, ( ), imply that they can be dropped from the chord in certain cases.
Name Note 1 Note 2 Note 3 Note 4 Note 5 Note 6 Note 7
Major R 3 5        
Minor R b3 5        
Sus4 R 4 5        
b5 R 3 b5        
Diminished R b3 b5        
Augmented R 3 #5        
Major6 R 3 5 6      
Minor6 R b3 5 6      
7 R 3 5 b7      
7sus4 R 4 5 b7      
Minor7 R b3 5 b7      
Minor7(9) (R) b3 (5) b7 9    
Minor7(9,11) (R) b3 (5) b7 9 11  
Major7 R 3 5 7      
Major7(9) (R) 3 (5) 7 9    
Major7(#11) (R) 3 (5) 7 9 #11  
Major7(13) (R) 3 (5) 7 13    
Major7(9,13) (R) 3 (5) 7 9 13  
Major7#5 R 3 #5 7      
Major7#5(9) (R) 3 #5 7 9    
MinMaj7 R b3 5 7      
MinMaj7(9) (R) b3 (5) 7 9    
7b5 R 3 b5 b7      
Minor7b5 R b3 b5 b7      
Aug7 R 3 #5 b7      
Dim7 R b3 b5 6      
Add9 R 3 5 9      
MinorAdd9 R b3 5 9      
Major6(9) (R) 3 (5) 6 9    
Minor6(9) (R) b3 (5) 6 9    
7(9) (R) 3 (5) b7 9    
7(b9) (R) 3 (5) b7 b9    
7(#9) (R) 3 (5) b7 #9    
7(13) (R) 3 (5) b7 13    
7(b13) (R) 3 (5) b7 b13    
7(9,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 9 13  
7(b9,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 b9 13  
7(#9,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 #9 13  
7(b9,b13) (R) 3 (5) b7 b9 b13  
7(#9,b13) (R) 3 (5) b7 #9 b13  
7(9,#11) (R) 3 (5) b7 9 #11  
7(9,#11,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 9 #11 13