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

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Now F sharp, seven.
[SOUND] Second finger on F sharp.
F sharp with the second finger,
B flat, or, in this case, A sharp.
[SOUND] And we're gonna be talking about
key signatures, and sharps, and flats,
and all that in our theory section
which is coming up a little later.
F sharp, second finger.
[SOUND] A sharp, first finger.
[SOUND] C sharp, fourth finger.
[SOUND] E natural,
let's check that E natural.
First finger.
That's the root position.
Now here's the first
inversion with the third.
A sharp in the bass, first finger.
[SOUND] C sharp, fourth finger.
[SOUND] E natural, first finger.
[SOUND] F sharp, fourth finger.
That's first inversion.
Now, second inversion,
starting on the fifth, C sharp,
with the fourth finger, right?
E one, F sharp fourth finger, and then.
[SOUND] A sharp two.
Now, finally, third inversion, E.
First finger.
[SOUND] F-sharp, four.
[SOUND] Two on A sharp.
[SOUND] And then four on C sharp.
So the whole sound is F sharp, seven.