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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Basic Inversions: Dominant 7th's - G7

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[SOUND]
G seven.
Reposition fourth finger on G,
let's see that G.
We got it.
Fourth finger, second finger on B.
Open D and
F natural with the fourth finger.
That's root position.
[MUSIC]
Now, first inversion, third in the bass.
It's a B natural with the second finger.
[SOUND] Open D.
[SOUND] F natural with the fourth finger.
[SOUND] Open G.
[MUSIC]
That's first inversion.
Second inversion with
the fifth in the bass.
[SOUND] Open D.
[SOUND] F natural with the second finger.
[SOUND] Open G.
[SOUND] Third with the fourth finger.
The third of the chord
with the fourth finger.
[LAUGH]
[MUSIC]
Second inversion.
Finally, the third inversion
with the seventh in the bass.
F natural one.
[SOUND] Fourth finger on G.
[SOUND] B natural, second finger.
[SOUND] And an open D.
So G seven sounds like this.
[MUSIC]
[MUSIC].