In the third part of this series I demonstrate the dominant 7 voicings on the first 4 strings with some variations on each of the inversions. This video focuses on the natural extensions of the dominant chord, meaning the natural 9, 11, and 13, rather than on any altered notes like #9 or b9 etc. Altered dominant chords will be covered in the next installment.
Additionally I show how I like to practice the inversions using a melody note to help my ears connect the shapes to where I’m at in the scale.
I specifically single out the dominant sus chord inversions at the end of the lesson, because I find this chord and it’s inversions extremely useful and they have a very nice sound that fits into many different styles of music. I’ll go into where and how to use dominant sus chords in a future lesson. Leave a comment if that is something you want to see.