Hi , this is Paul Davis and this is my guitar A two an etude more common in the classical world .
Hans the over the top produce orchestral backing track is basically written to enhance the technique of the musician .
But for this one , it also teaches you a lot about chords , voicings and inversions .
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So here we go .
The first chord A major and the first inversion of the chord .
And I'm playing this in eight note triplet .
So 12 , the next chord was ad starting on frat 10 on the low E string and now we repeat the same pattern .
So this was the beginning of the how to make chord sound magical video .
But now we go to an E major chord and we do the same exactly the same .
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So we were at the E .
So now we play the one chord of the key , the four chord and the five chord of the key all being major 14 and five ABC sharp , D and E ad E five .
And now we go back to the one court but now one octave higher .
So it's the same as this .
Now , Fred 17 and then we play an E an inverted E starting on the G sharp .
So what um is the three of the core , the G sharp , the E and the B .
So now we play the six of the chord being the sharp minor .
And then we go to not the first inversion of F sharp , but it's the D but then the D , the second inversion .
So instead of DF sharp , we play a F sharp and then the D .
So it's 531 , the second inversion of the court D which looks very similar to the first inversion of F sharp minor .
There is only one difference deep after a minor .
So after you a minor to D and then we go all the way back to an E cord over here .
First inversion starting on the G sharp back to regular form 153 .
So let me play it from the top to there , very slowly sounding lovely slowly as well .
So if you feel like this is too fast , just play it slow .
Everyone can learn from this .
So the next thing is a C# minor being the third chord in the key of a major .
And then the first inversion going to the f sharp minor and its first inversion .
And for this , I was a little bit debating with myself what fingering I should use .
This was how I played it at first .
So my middle finger would be the last note from the first and the first note from the second .
But then I had to change her very quickly .
But then I thought it would be easier playing it like this because my ring finger is at that point already somewhat .
It is an A two .
So you can make it difficult .
All right , the next chord B minor over here , the second chord is the key , just the basic shape and know that I'm my picking hand is playing down , down up constantly and I'm slightly muting the notes at this point and a touch of , well , quite a lot helps it sound more full in this case .
So after the B minor , we go to E over G sharp .
So the first inversion of eb minor , E first inversion A D , this is ad court from this court , but then we start on the third of the quarter .
So this helps it visualizing .
So when you can link the shape to a cord , you already know it makes playing an inversion much , much easier .
So just link whatever you play to a thing , you know , and before you know it , you know , the thing you didn't know , so you can link stuff to that again .
So D core um so B minor G sharp diminished .
So being the seventh chord of the key of a diminished chord is G sharp and then the fifth being a flat five and the minor third and then to C# minor .
So we just played ad cord , but now we play a minor chord .
So the shape changes from major to minor because this is the third of the court major minor to R minor , just the normal version to D .
And then we go back to the low E string playing a B minor , a certain version of be minor .
A sea sharp miner .
The first inversion of CIA minor , the D , the version version of the , the E and the first inversion of Wow .
So this is up until the eighth bar time for a quick play through .
Here we go .
All right .
So this was the build up .
And now we go to a , the basic version bar number nine .
Let me scroll down just a minute .
Um eight E first inversion show minor two , the second inversion of the .
So this is really an open voicing a really open voicing starting on the fifth playing the third .
And then the one skipping the string from note to note the F minor to the to E no inversion to C# minor .
From this one , 11 99 two D to be minor , same shape as we did earlier .
So this is minor and this will be major two cm to a over e all these patterns are the same over here .
From the minor cord , just the regular to the second inversion , regular chord , second inversion , regular cord , second inversion , regular chord , second inversion and going down one step at a time for each court .
Um And then we go to the B minor court which is the last , the second to last court , I should say be minor .
And it's inversion .
So this is a classical 251 resolution .
So the B minor being the second to last court , then the B minor inversion , the first inversion .
And then we go to the first seven court of the lot and E seven chord because we won an E seven at the end .
And I'm playing it like this .
So I continuously play the notes on the E , the D and the G string except for the last one .
So the E , the flat seven and the third and then we start the next shape on the note we ended on .
So the third , this is the third , then the one and then the three .
So this is not a seven shape .
But because we play the seven , this court is just an E seven and now we go to the fifth because we ended on the fifth over here .
Our pinky .
And then we played uh the , the fifth , the third and the seventh and the last shape starts on the seven of the E seven court .
Then the fifth being F nine on the D string and then Fred nine on the B string .
So this is an E seven court or an E seven over D .
Then I played this shape just an a major chord with a open , a root note .
So let me play it in total slowly for you guys .
So when you start playing this , please start out slow because you want to be efficient .
Moving the shapes , not like this .
I like this .
Move your fingers as less as possible , be as lazy as possible because that makes you a better player instead of well , it works , but it's not what you want .
All right .
Thank you so much for watching .
I hope you have some inspiration playing this piece and remember practice makes perfect .
See you next time .
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