The Complete Guitarist: An Introduction to Arpeggio Inversions

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Richy69

Hey Guys...
@Guitar Maniac..yes you are correct and you are not missing anything! the B would be the fourth note of the arpeggio and triad NOT the third...that is my typo mistake....
@kheiderman...the note you are referring to should definitely be an F# and D which would be the 4th fret of the 4th string and the 5th fret of the 5th string respectively...again my mistake with a typo...
Much thanks to both of you to pointing these mistakes out to me. I need to do a better job of proof reading myself lol..
Thank you for reading and checking my blog space out too...
RR

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guitar_maniac87

"If we start the chord or arpeggio on the G, which is the third note of the triad and the fifth note of the C major scale, that would be considered second inversion. Finally, if we start the chord or arpeggio on the B, which is the third note of the triad and the seventh note of the C major scale, that would be considered third inversion."

Wouldn't B be the fourth note of the triad( what's it called since this is the fourth note..?), and not the third? Or have i missed something?

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kheiderman

In the second measure the last two descending notes on the A string should be D, C# or 5 4.

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