tommy emmanuel, amazing grace, acoustic guitar, progressionby Sinisa Cekic
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Welcome to my new lesson about inverted chords progression.
What is an inverted chord?
A triad consists of three notes - the root (the note by which the triad is named), the 3rd and the 5th. Most of the time, the root is played as the lowest note. So the chord C means that the note C is the lowest-sounding note, with the notes E and G above it. Any chord in which a note other than the root is the lowest-sounding note is called inverted.
This lesson will show us how you can build a song based on inverted Major chords (I- IV simple progression) - C and F major and their variations. Why is it important?
Well, variations of a chord help you start composing and at the same time understand the relations between them.