Watch the A Minor 6 Chord Inversions online guitar lesson by Frank Vignola from Inversion Excursion
Now it's time to practice these inversions with a jam track. Start by strumming, finger picking or hybrid finger/pick strum 4 or 8 beats per inversion moving to each inversion in a smooth and effortless manner. When learning something new, we tend to tighten up putting way too much pressure on the guitar neck which in turn makes it harder to play smoothly. Relax while making the move in between inversions and concentrate on trying not to squeeze the guitar neck too hard.
Let's start with playing each inversion playing them cleanly and getting used to moving between these inversions. Visualize the next inversion before moving to it. Again, check out how playing the minor 7th to minor 6th sounds like they belong together. Learn the minor 7th to minor 6th in each of the inversions. Also sliding up to the chord from the fret before is a cool rhythm guitar "trick" used by all the greats.
These inversions lend themselves to the latin or bossa nova style of guitar playing. In the manuscript there is a sample rhythm. Make up your own rhythms and be creative!