Tag Archives: chord inversions
Minor chords are a common type of chord in three part harmony consisting of a root, a minor 3rd, and 5th interval. Minor chords are popular for their distinctively moody, melancholic, and somewhat darker sound.

SMG Guitar Lesson #32: Minor Chord Inversions

Minor chords are a common type of chord in three part harmony consisting of a root, a minor 3rd, and 5th interval. Minor chords are popular for their distinctively moody, melancholic, and somewhat darker sound.

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Test your ability by seeing if you can take the riff from 'Wild Thing' (which is pretty much the same as "Louie Louie) and invert it up the fret board!

SMG Guitar Lesson #31: Major Chord Inversions

Test your ability by seeing if you can take the riff from ‘Wild Thing’ (which is pretty much the same as “Louie Louie) and invert it up the fret board!

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In the next series of lessons, we're going to cover the basics of chord inversions; multiple ways to play a given chord using alternate voicing.

SMG Guitar Lesson #29: Understanding Chord Inversions

In the next series of lessons, we’re going to cover the basics of chord inversions; multiple ways to play a given chord using alternate voicing.

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