Most guitar players only know 2 or 3 inversions of a Min7b5 chord. Just think how much more interesting your comping would be if you knew more inversions. Would you like to learn one chord shape and have it be an inversion of two other chords? That's the beauty of mastering this lesson. A Min7b5 is enharmonic with a Min6 as well as a Dom9, you're getting 3 chords for the work of one! Rich explores 8 open voicings of Min7b5 chords that work well for both fingerstyle and jazz comping styles. Working through 4 different keys he also shows you how to link inversions together so they become second nature. 50 minute video with printable, 3 page PDF with chord grids and standard notation.