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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Basic Inversions - F Minor

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[MUSIC]
Now let's do F minor.
F minor,
we can start with the F on the bottom.
Root position F, with the first finger.
[SOUND] A flat with the fourth finger.
[SOUND] And C with the second finger.
Now we're gonna start with the first
inversion, which is A flat in the bass,
the third.
[SOUND] Fourth finger, and then.
[SOUND] Two on C, and two on F.
And finally,
we're gonna do four on C and four on F.
And one on A flat for
the second inversion.
So again, the total sound would be this.
[MUSIC]
Again,
right now we're sort
of caressing the bass.
We're not playing too hard.
We're trying to get
a round tone that rings.
That's our really, or
an in tune round tone that rings.
[MUSIC]