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Major Triads on the Top Three Strings, Part 1: Inversions and the Key of C

This lesson is part of the course Guitar Chord Theory with Mark Goldenberg.
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Learn guitar chord theory in-depth with Mark Goldenberg, a respected touring and session guitarist and a student of the legendary Ted Greene. You'll explore basic major and minor chord inversions all over the neck and on all string sets, as well as wide-triad voicings; harmonized major scales; major, minor, and dominant seventh-chord voicings; and more.
 
 
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In this lesson, in addition to learning the triad shapes for the key of A and E, Mark talks about learning to hear the separate voices within the chord, instead of just thinking of them as block shapes.
 
 
 
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Major Triads on the Top Three Strings, Part 1: Inversions and the Key of C
Major Triads on the Top Three Strings, Part 1: Inversions and the Key of C
 
In this lesson, you’ll learn to find triads on the top three strings of the guitar. You’ll start with root position, with the root on the bottom, and then learn about the two inversions: first inversion (with the third on the bottom) and second inversion (fifth on the bottom), and how to find their shapes in the key of C. These voicings are all “close-voiced” chords, which means that the notes of the chord are all as close as they can be to each other.

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