Major Chord Inversions in All 12 Keys

Let’s explore what a major chord is. A major chord usually consists of a root, a third, a fifth and a major seventh. For example CMaj7 chord tones are C (root), E (major third), G (fifth) and B (major seventh).

We can play a chord four different ways starting from:

  1.  The root C, E, G, B
  2.  The third E, G, B, C (1st inversion)
  3.  The fifth G, B, C, E (2nd inversion)
  4. The seventh B, C, E, G (3rd inversion).

Play trough the notes of all four inversions one after another and you have a broken chord CMaj7. Make sure you join the notes smoothly, especially as you move between inversions.

In This Course You’re Going to Learn:

  • Major Chords in 12 keys
  • How to get play chords in four inversions
  • New  ways to practice arpeggios
  • And a lot more…

Play trough the notes of all four positions one after another and you have a broken chord CMaj7

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Course Includes

  • 13 Lessons