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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Basic Inversions: Dominant 7th's - E Flat 7

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E flat 7.
E flat 7,
root position E flat one, open G,
E flat first finger, D flat fourth finger.
Then we're gonna go down, third in
the base, G natural, fourth finger.
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B flat, first finger.
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D flat, fourth finger.
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One, that's your first finger on E flat.
That's the first inversion
with the third in the base.
That's G, E flat, D flat.
E flat.
Now second inversion.
B flat with the first finger,
four on D flat, one on E flat, open G.
That's the second inversion.
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Now the third inversion is the D flat.
That's the seventh chord, the root,
E flat and the seventh right there.
The D flat that we're going to play
with our fourth finger the root
with the first finger open G,
B flat with the fourth finger.
So now lets play E flat seven.
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to the other students.
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