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Inversions and Alternate Bass Chords INVERSIONS are chords that use another one of the chord tones instead of the root as the lowest note of the chord. Inversions are notated with a slash. The note underneath the slash is the bass note. For example a G/B would indicate a G chord with the B as the lowest or bass note. ALTERNATE BASS CHORDS are chords that have a non-chord tone as the lowest or bass note. For example a F/G would indicate an F chord with a G note as the lowest or bass note.

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