The slideshows below run through each chord inversion. The “root” inversion is the one where the leftmost note being played is a G#/Ab.

G#/Ab (“G#/Ab major” / G#/Abmaj)

G#/Abm (“G#/Ab minor” / G#/Abmin / G#/Abm)

G#/Ab7 (“G#/Ab seven”)

G#/Abm7 (“G#/Ab minor seven” / G#/Abmin7)

G#/AbM7 (“G#/Ab major seven” / G#/Abmaj7)

G#/AbmM7 (“G#/Ab minor major seven” / G#/AbminMaj7)

G#/Ab7b5 (“G#/Ab seven flat five”)

G#/Ab7#5 (“G#/Ab seven sharp five”)

G#/Abm7b5 (“G#/Ab minor seven flat five” / G#/Abmin7b5)

G#/Ab7b9 (“G#/Ab seven flat nine”)

G#/Ab6 (“G#/Ab six”)

G#/Abm6 (“G#/Ab minor six” / G#/Abmin6)

G#/Ab69 (“G#/Ab six nine”)

G#/Ab9 (“G#/Ab nine”)

G#/Abm9 (“G#/Ab minor nine” / G#/Abmin9)

G#/AbM9 (“G#/Ab major nine” / G#/Abmaj9)

G#/Abadd9 (“G#/Ab add nine”)

G#/Ab11 (“G#/Ab eleven”)

G#/Abm11 (“G#/Ab minor eleven” / G#/Abmin11)

G#/Ab13 (“G#/Ab thirteen”)

G#/Absus2 (“G#/Ab sus two”)

G#/Absus4 (“G#/Ab sus four”)

G#/Ab7sus2 (“G#/Ab seven sus two”)

G#/Ab7sus4 (“G#/Ab seven sus four”)

G#/Abdim (“G#/Ab diminished”)

G#/Abdim7 (“G#/Ab diminished seven”)

G#/Abø (“G#/Ab half diminished”)

G#/Abaug (“G#/Ab augmented”)