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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Basic Inversions: Dominant 7th's - B7

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Lets move on to B7.
B7.
Second finger on B.
Make sure you check it against the A,
so we don't play the B too high.
B with second finger,
D sharp first finger.
F sharp four, A with the first finger.
Now check it with the open A.
Good.
That's root position.
Now first inversion.
D sharp in the bass, that's first finger.
F sharp four.
A with the first finger,
and E fourth finger.
That's first inversion.
Second inversion with the fifth in
the base is F sharp, but the second finger
open A, B with the second finger,
D sharp with the first finger.
And finally the third inversion,
seventh in the base,
that's A natural open, B second finger,
D sharp first finger, and
F sharp again with the fourth finger.
Checked it against the B natural.
So, here's the sound of B7.
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