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Asked by Dave on 2000-12-06
Aaron Hunt, what is an invesion? (you mention it in an answer). Thanks
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Answer posted by jim on 2001-09-28
An inversion is a chord that starts with a note other than the root as the first. a C chord is made up of the notes C, E, and G. If the chord is played as the notes C, D, and G it is not inverted. If the chorde is played E, G, C, this is the first inversion, If it is played G, C, E, this is the second inversion. That is pretty much all their is to inversions. As you build more complex chords, Csus7b5, there are more inversions. If you look at a keyboard, it is much easier to see than it is on a guitar.

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