Inversions - Part 2


Part two of inversions looks at inversions of a minor triad on the E, B and G strings of the guitar. Using the key of C minor as an example, we see how the inversions of Cm, Fm and Gm are laid out across the neck and how they connect. There are several examples of how to use these inversions to keep your chord shapes close together on the neck. There are also examples of how to use these shapes to go up the neck melodically. The lesson concludes with an example of how to combine the major and minor inversions. I hope you find these two videos helpful.

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