Major/Minor Chord Inversions (part 3)

By Jerome

Here's the last part of the series, about about second inversions for both major and minor chords.



(in the video)
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---6-----
---7-----
---7-----

6, the Perfect 5th = G# note
7, the ROOT note = E note
7, the major 3rd = B note
B, E and G# form the E chord

Just transpose it to play the other chords.

Here are the other chords in the video.

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--6------5--------
--7------7--------
--7------7--------
E to Em

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---6------5--------
---7------7--------
---7------7--------
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A to Am


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---7-----7---------
---7-----7---------
---7-----7---------
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D to Dm


---7-----6---------
---8-----8---------
---7-----7---------
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G to Gm

2 comments:

darkside said...

hey correct me if im wrong for this

6, the Perfect 5th = G# note
7, the ROOT note = E note
7, the major 3rd = B note
B, E and G# form the E chord

is wrong


it should be

6, the major 3rd = G# note
7, the ROOT note = E note
7, the Perfect 5th = B note
B, E and G# form the E chord

edward said...

Hey Kenny, this whole day I've been studying the music theory! Thanks so much for posting all of this!
And also correct me if i'm wrong but for the D to Dm
shouldnt it be
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---7----*6*--------
---7-----7---------
---7-----7---------
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