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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Low Positions/Inversions - Minor Keys: Introduction

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[MUSIC]
Now we're gonna go
to the minor arpeggios.
Just a reminder about these arpeggios,
all these things that we're doing now
are to build up your coordination so
you know what to do in
the different major and minor keys.
And we're gonna do some dominant chords,
too.
This is to prepare you for
the play alongs that we're gonna do soon.
So that when we get to those play alongs,
you'll have a good setup hand position
wise, so
you can start to enjoy playing the music.
And hopefully as you practice these
things, you get the coordination and
the hand position together, they'll
start to become second nature to you,
and more natural, so that you can
concentrate on just playing music and
being emotional or expressive.
[MUSIC]