Pete Sklaroff

I am a UK based professional guitarist and music educator and I have been active as a performing musician/clinician...

How to Adapt Drop 2 Chords

This video and tablature lessons shows how to take several inversions of the G Minor 7 chord and easily make new chord types simply by moving one note in each fingering.

 

I illustrate this by taking four inversions of a Gm7 chord on the top four strings of the guitar, and show you how you can easily convert these shapes to other chord types by just changing single notes within the original chord shapes.

Here we look at the four inversions of G Minor 7
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Here we move one note from each inversion 1 step up or down to create first the G Minor 7 flat 5 then G Minor 7 sharp 5
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Comments

very nice

Good lesson, and very useful...

thanks