The maj7 Arpeggio 2nd and 3rd Inversion Fingerings.
Before we get into these fingerings, make sure that you check last week’s blogs first to learn more about the maj7 chord.
The maj7 Root Position Arpeggio Fingering.
The maj7 1st Inversion Arpeggio.
The first of the above 2 links, also shows how to practice these arpeggios.
You will use the same chord progressions as discussed in that previous blog, to practice today’s maj7 inversion fingerings.
Here’s the fingering for the Cmaj7 arpeggio starting from the 5th of the chord, also called “2nd inversion”.
Here’s the fingering for the Cmaj7 arpeggio starting from the 7th of the chord, also called “3rd inversion”.
Following video covers these fingerings:
Again if the video covers things a bit too quickly, the above 2 blog links might help.
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