Here's the fingering for this guitar chord:
This inversion has the chord's root note on the D string of the guitar (this is shown by the black box in the diagram). The previous inversions we've looked at on the top four strings have a thinner tone than these inversions on the middle four guitar strings. Those inversions can be useful for funk guitar amongst other things, these chords have a slightly fuller tone than the inversions on the top four strings.
Tune in tomorrow for the next installment of our series on 12 dominant 7th guitar chords you should know.