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Guitar Chord Inversions Diagrams

Guitar Chord Inversions Diagrams

Guitar Chord Inversions Review

guitar chord inversions

I my last article I explained to you what are the guitar chord inversions.

We saw that:

- They are made out of triads

- they can be major, minor, augmented and diminished

- they consist of the same notes played in a different order

- when it comes to inversions we have : root positions, first inversions and second inversions

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

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

Before I show you what guitar chord inversions are I would like give you a brief definition about the guitar triads.

Guitar triads are 3 note chords and it is very important for every guitarist to  have a full understanding of these before moving on and learning larger chord extensions.

The CAGED System Minor Shapes and How to Practice the shapes of the System

The CAGED System Minor Shapes and How to Practice the shapes of the system

CAGED System Review

As I promised you in the CAGED System article now I am going to show you the caged system minor shapes and how to have fun playing with it.

You may also read the Benefits of the CAGED System  in order to better comprehend what you will be reading in this article.

So without further ado, here are the minor shapes of the CAGED System

The Benefits of the CAGED System

The Benefits of the CAGED System

What is the CAGED System good for ?

This is another attempt to help you understand the benefits of the CAGED system.

In the CAGED system article we saw that:

- the caged system is a simple method for learning and visualizing the scales and the chord tone that they are made of

- this system is based on 5 chords : C, A, G, E and D.

The CAGED System

The CAGED System

What is the caged system ?

The caged system is a simple method for learning and visualizing the scales and the chord tones that they are made of.

This system is based on the 5 open chord shapes C, A, G, E and D.

You can read an article about the basic major and minor  guitar chords shapes here.

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