F#m – F# Minor
In music theory, F# minor chord is built on F#-A-C# formation: root-minor third-major third. Basic minor chord has a formation F#-C#-F#-A-C#-F# from basses to trebles in the guitar.
This chord is derived from a minor triad. In music theory triads are built by three different notes: root-minor third-major third. But in the guitar, generally basic minor chords are expanded by same kind notes that repeat themselves in different octaves. Minor triads may have a function as a supertonic(subdominant parallel), mediant(dominant parallel) or submediant(tonic parallel) besides tonic degree.