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Jazz Bass Lessons: Arpeggios: Dominant 7th's - E7

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Now we're gonna do E
seven in root position.
Again, keep focusing on your sound,
let the notes ring,
really listen to your sound, make sure
that when you're pulling the sound with
your right arm that you're just
relaxing and letting the weight fall.
Here we go, E seven, root position.
[SOUND] Open E.
[SOUND] G sharp, fourth finger.
[SOUND] One on B, open D.
[SOUND] Two on E natural.
[SOUND] G sharp one.
[SOUND] Let's try that B
with the fourth finger.
[SOUND] One on G sharp, two on E.
[SOUND] G sharp first finger.
[SOUND] open D.
[SOUND] two on E.
[SOUND] one on B.
[SOUND] D open.
[SOUND] G sharp.
[SOUND] With the fourth finger in open E.
I'm going to play this one for you cuz the
way it is broken up is a little different.
It has a kind of interesting sound
on the descending part of it,
and I want you to hear it more
in context of a musical thing.
It would
sound like