Okay, now you’ve learned a bit about what piano chord inversions are and the two main reasons why using them is a great option. So I hope you are excited to try it out on your own!
Start small: pick a chord that you already know in its root form, and figure how to invert it. The technique will work for any chord, so don’t worry about which to choose!
Remember, there are two combinations that you can use to invert any chord. Feel free to switch it up, but just make sure that each inversion also includes the same notes that form the root chord. I recommend you practice switching between one root chord and its inversions for a while before trying it out with others.
Finally, one last thing: if you haven’t already, grab a copy of my free 5-day workbook. It covers several other great introductory tips to help you get started with the piano. And don’t forget to let me know how your first time playing a piano chord inversion went!