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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Basic Inversions - D Flat Minor

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[MUSIC]
Now, we're gonna do D flat minor.
We're in D flat minor, and
we're gonna play the root in the bass.
Root position D flat.
F flat is the same as E natural, but
since we're in D flat minor
we're gonna call it F flat
with the second finger, and
the first finger is A flat.
Again, we're gonna cover some of these
technicalities in our theory section,
so that'll be covered later.
Again, D flat, F flat, and E flat,
that's root position for D flat minor.
Now, the first inversion is
the third F flat with second finger.
First finger on A flat, and
then fourth finger on D flat.
That's first inversion.
I'm gonna go back down for
second inversion,
play the fifth which is
A flat with fourth finger.
Fourth finger on D flat, and
one on F flat, so that's D flat minor.
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