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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Low Positions/Inversions - C Sharp Minor

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[MUSIC]
C sharp minor with
the third and the bass.
Low E.
[SOUND] G sharp, four [SOUND].
[SOUND] C sharp four [SOUND],
E one [SOUND],
G sharp four [SOUND],
C sharp four [SOUND].
Two on E [SOUND].
One on G sharp [SOUND].
C sharp four [SOUND].
One on E [SOUND].
G sharp one [SOUND].
C sharp four [SOUND].
One on E [SOUND].
C sharp four [SOUND].
G sharp four [SOUND].
Low E.
Make sure when you're practicing that C
sharp minor one that you're very careful
and you go slowly and sure you
really have the intervals in tune.
You want to really concentrate
on these closed keys.
[MUSIC]