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Moving Chords Inversions Up and Down the Neck

Posted by banjoy on Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Broken links and missing images fixed on August 15, 2014
(Originally posted to BHO on February 28, 2012.

Finding Any Chord Inversion on The Banjo Neck

IT'S EASIER THAN YOU THINK

Prepared by Frank Eastes, Jr.
FEBRUARY 2012

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE
 

Moving chords from the
ROOT FORM
Moving chords from the
1st INVERSION
Moving chords from the
2nd INVERSION


I've expanded my lesson on moving chord inversions into three pages which explain how
to think about—and see—chord inversions as they move up and down the banjo fingerboard.

With these three pages, you will have the keys to understand and find
any major chord anywhere on the banjo fingerboard.

All three charts show the exact same thing, actually, just from different starting points.

There's only three things you need to learn from these lessons:

1) The three inversions to any major chord on a banjo tuned to open G;
2) Which inversion of any major chord you are currently playing; and
3) Which is the next inversion of that chord up or down the neck.

Once you get that basic idea, then you'll be off and running!

Click Here to View This lesson for FREE!



2 comments on “Moving Chords Inversions Up and Down the Neck”

jimh269b Says:
Sunday, April 21, 2013 @2:37:28 PM

great stuff frank how you soung buddy

jimh269b Says:
Sunday, April 21, 2013 @2:38:18 PM

doing

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