Guitar Chords in the Key of A Flat (A♭) minor

The chords in the key of A♭ Minor

A Flat minor Chord A♭m
B Flat diminished Chord B♭dim
C Flat Major Chord C♭
D Flat minor Chord D♭m
E Flat minor Chord E♭m
F Flat Major Chord F♭
G Flat Major Chord G♭

A♭ minor - B♭ diminished (B♭°) - C♭ Major - D♭ minor - E♭ minor - F♭ Major - G♭ Major

     A♭m  B♭dim   C♭   D♭m   E♭m    F♭    G♭    
      i     ii   III    iv    v     VI   VII    

The key of A♭ minor is the relative minor key of C♭ major.

Minor keys are formed with the same chords as their relative major key, by starting with the 6th (vi) chord of the major key. The chord formula for any minor key is minor, diminished, Major, minor, minor, Major, Major.

A common way to number these chords is by Roman numerals
i - ii - III - iv - v - VI - VII

(Major chords are usually capitalized, minor and diminished chords are lower case)

Key of A♭ Minor Using 7th Chords

A Flat minor 7 Chord A♭m7
B Flat minor 7 ♭5 Chord B♭m7♭5
C Flat Major 7 Chord C♭Maj7
D Flat minor 7 Chord D♭m7
E Flat minor 7 Chord E♭m7
F Flat Major 7 Chord F♭Maj7
G Flat Dominant 7 Chord G♭7

A♭ minor 7 - B♭ minor 7 ♭5 - C♭ Major 7 - D♭ minor 7 - E♭ minor 7 - F♭ Major 7 - G♭ Dominant 7

     A♭m7 B♭m7♭5 C♭Maj7 D♭m7  E♭m7 F♭Maj7  G♭7    
      i     ii   III    iv    v     VI   VII