The G-sharp minor eleventh chord (abbreviated "G#m11 chord") is a six-note chord consisting of the notes G, B, D, F, A, and C. The chord is formed by adding an eleventh to a G-sharp minor ninth chord.

In practice, the fifth (D) is often omitted from the G#m11 chord to avoid a very dissonant sound, and because it's not always possible to play all notes simultaneously.

Name
G-sharp minor eleventh chord
Notes
G B D F A C
Intervals
1 3 5 7 9 11
Chord symbol
Gm11
Alternative symbols
G11 Gmi11 Gmin11
Type
hexad (six-note chord)

G#m11 chord on piano

G#m11 chord on guitar

G#m11 chord on ukulele

G#m11 chord on the staff