I watched Bens series on inversions the other night and wasn’t aware that you can play different inversions in the same chord shape. Good to know, I guess I’ve been doing it for years and didn’t know it.
I also noticed, and most of you may already be aware of this, if you make a G barre chord (G root on string 4 @ 5th fret), then move on up up the neck and make a G in the “C” chord shape the 4th string root changes to a B on 9th fret (1st inversion). Then if you move on further and make a G in the “A” shape, the 4th string root is a D on 12th fret (2nd inversion).
I think that’s right? Anyway, pretty cool the way music works!