Now that you see them, what
are they used for? Chord Inversions are Chord Formations, known as: Forms
I, III, V. Chord
Inversions are Chord shapes that are special because if you move the shape anywhere
on the fretboard (up or down) they will Still be a Major, Minor, 7th, Diminished
or Augmented Chord---The only thing that changes is the Chord Name! In one position
it may be a C major chord, move it to another position on the fretboard and
it becomes another Major chord, but the shape of the chord does not change.
The same is true for the Minor, 7th, Diminished and Augmented Chord Forms. Inversions
are the basis for playing Chord Melody. The Black Dots
indicate the "Root" note of that Chord.