The m7 1st Inversion Arpeggio Fingering.

The m7 1st Inversion Arpeggio Fingering.

In case you’re not sure what “1st inversion” means, you can learn all about inversions here:

Chord Inversions

You can learn about the m7 chord here:

The m7 Root Arpeggio

This blog also shows you how to practice arpeggios.

Today we’re covering the m7 arpeggio starting from the b3 of the chord.
This is called the 1st inversion fingering. (If this doesn’t make sense, the above links will clarify this all)

Here’s how you play the first inversion Am7 chord arpeggio.

am7-arpeggio-1st-inversion

If you’re looking for a good way to practice these fingerings, you can never go wrong with blues.
Use it soloing over an A minor blues. You would just have to move the fingering to the 1st fret for Dm and to the 3rd fret for Em.
This video explains it all in greater detail:

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