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How to practice chord triads second inversions ?

How to practice chord triads second inversions ?

Hey guys welcome the third and final part about the chord inversions.

I hope you practice the etudes I showed you in the first 2 articles and have a clear perception of how they sound and what are their shapes.

The second inversions will seem more familiar as they are basically the major and minor shapes of the E, A and D chords in open position for the major and minor chord triads  second inversions.

How to Practice Chord Triads First Inversions ?

How to Practice Chord Triads First Inversions ?

As promised in my first article from the series “ How to Practice Root Position Chord Triads ” now I am going to show you another etude for mastering the first inversion chord triads.

If you haven’t practiced the last exercise I invite you to go and first learn that etude in order to better comprehend what I am going to show you here.

Chord triads First Inversion Etude

 

How to Practice Root Position Chord Triads ?

How to Practice Root Position Chord Triads ?

Guitar Chord Triads Review

This article is linked to the 2 articles I written about chord inversions.

I recommend that you read those 2 articles first if don’t know what chord triads and chord inversions are :

1. What are chord inversions and how to learn guitar chord inversions ?

2. Chord Inversions Diagrams

The best way to practice chord triads is:

Sweep Picking Exercises part 2

Sweep Picking Exercises part 2

Sweep Picking exercises part 2 introduction

Hey guys, on first hand I hope that you practiced the arpeggio shapes I showed you in sweep picking exercises part 1, and on second hand I hope that you are ready for pachelbel’s canon sweep picking sequence.

In sweep picking exercises  part 1 I told you my honest opinion about sweep picking and talked to you about :

- The importance of FOCUS

Sweep Picking Exercises part 1

Sweep Picking Exercises part 1

sweep picking exercises

If don’t know what sweep picking is, I wrote an article concerning this technique a while back and you can read that article here.

In this article I want to show you how to play a sweep picking sequence version of  Pachelbel’s Cannon   .

And I am also going to show you how to learn and practice it properly to that you can play effortlessly and at any speed you desire.

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