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Jazz Bass Lessons: Electric Bass: Walking Bass: Cells Based on Scale Degrees & Chord Tones – Bb7

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[MUSIC]
Okay,
now we're on B-flat 7.
Again, B-flat 7, just like the F7 is root,
3rd, 5, and flat 7 of the scales.
So I'm just gonna play
you a few of these cells
because they are really a transposition
of the other cells in F7.
They're the same 24 just in this key now,
to show you what they look like.
So I'm gonna do four of them for
you but we're gonna start off with the,
the ever popular root
five flat seven root.
[MUSIC]
And then the root, second,
the third, and the fifth of a scale.
[MUSIC]
And how about
the one five ten five?
[MUSIC]
And how about the root
flat seven five three.
[MUSIC]
Actually these
are slightly different.
This is cool.
I'll give you one more.
Root, octave, flat seven, root.
[MUSIC]
So you
get the idea.
So, these are some B-flat 7 ones.
Again, I did about 12 of them and put the
letters and the numbers above the notes to
show how they represent tones in
the scale and the in triad, the arpeggio.
Now I want you to look at the rest
of these on the sheet and
fill in what they are and study them and
get the little patterns in your hands so
the more you accumulate
these little walking cells,
then you can put them together
in all kinds of ways.
And you can use different ones and you can
create hundreds of combinations from them,
B-flat 7 scales,
you got the cells now.