Minor Triad Inversions 3

Here are the most common minor triad inversion shapes for strings 3, 4, and 5. We'll use an E minor triad to demonstrate. Don't be afraid to use all of your minor triad inversions from the other strings over this track either. It will help you learn all the shapes, but make sure you play them all in E minor. This example is spiced up with a little tremelo and some overdrive and played in the style of Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives.
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