Finding Any Chord Inversion on The Banjo Neck
Than you Think!
written by Frank Eastes, Jr.
rev. April 2013
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Beginner to Intermediate
In The Banjo Book I introduced the idea of chord inversions and how they are made.
In this Companion Lesson, I've expanded on the concept of finding chords and
I explain how to think about—and see—chord inversions as they move
up and down the banjo neck.
With this lesson you will have the keys to understand and find
any major chord anywhere on the banjo fingerboard.
This is a FREE online version of this lesson, but it is also
available for download as a .pdf file for any amount you choose.
I also offer spiral-bound printed copies mailed to you.
There's only three things you need to learn from this lesson:
1) The three inversions to any major chord on a banjo tuned to open G;
2) Which inversion of any major chord you are currently playing; and
3) Which is the next inversion of that chord up or down the neck.
Once you get that basic idea, then you'll be off and running!