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Jazz Bass Lessons: Electric Bass: Walking Bass: Cells Based on Scale Degrees & Chord Tones – D7

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Okay now we're on D7.
So I'm gonna start on some other cells
instead of the ones at the beginning of
the page like I've been doing.
We're in the middle now.
We're gonna do about four cells and D7.
How about root, flat seven, fifth.
And the octaves, this one.
a nice one.
How about the third, the octave,
and the flat seven and the octave.
Or third
flat seven, five,
octave root.
How about third, third octave and
the root and the flat seven.
a nice one.
Or third, five flat seven root.
And lastly how about,
third, flat seven five,
third, two different
places on the neck.
[SOUND] So, then back to the open D.
So, that's D7, again.
I've given you some of
these with the numbers and
letters over them with the roots and
the numbers of the scale.
I want you to fill in the The rest,
there's 24 cells on this page, okay?
There's your D7 cells.