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Rhythm Guitar Makeover with Inversions: Learn & Master Guitar Tips

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If you are playing rhythm guitar and are tired of playing the same open chords no worries, there is a way to turn the average G-C-D chord progression into something unforgettable using inversions.

Inversions are when you take the notes of a chord and play them in a different order. For example you can use the root with the G as the highest note, then try the B in the triad with the highest note, and then try playing the 5th with the D with the highest note.  This will give you a lot more options, add another dimension to your chords,  and make them sound more interesting.

Watch the video above for an example.

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