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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Basic Inversions: Dominant 7th's - F7

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[MUSIC]
Now we're
going to do F7.
F7 in root position.
[SOUND] F with the finger.
[SOUND] Open A.
[SOUND] C with the fourth finger and
first finger on E flat.
[SOUND] Now, first inversion
starting on the third, which is A.
[SOUND] A open.
[SOUND] C with the fourth finger.
[SOUND] E flat, first finger.
[SOUND] F fourth finger.
That's first inversion.
Now, second inversion.
C with the fourth finger.
[SOUND] E flat one.
[SOUND] Fourth finger F.
[SOUND] 2 on A natural.
[MUSIC]
That's second inversion.
And finally, third inversion.
[SOUND] E flat one.
[SOUND] Fourth finger on F.
[SOUND] Second finger on A.
[SOUND] And then,
C with the fourth finger.
[MUSIC]
So F seven sounds like this.
[MUSIC]