Saturday, 24 April 2010

12 Dominant 7th Guitar Chords - Number 8

Continuing our series of Dominant 7th Guitar chords, today we have the last of our inversions with notes on the middle four strings of the guitar.
Dominant 7th Guitar Chord
Dominant 7th Guitar Chord inversions

Here's the fingering for this guitar chord:
G7 guitar chord

This inversion has its root note on the G string and uses the notes of the G7 chord in this order:
  • B (the 3rd)
  • F (the b7th)
  • G (the root note)
  • D (the 5th)
Know we've covered  8 different inversions of G7, make sure you can play all of the Dominant 7th inversions we've looked at and played so far. Practice playing through blues progressions in different keys without changing position using different inversions of G7, C7 and D7. Try playing blues progressions in other keys too.

Tomorrow we'll start the final leg of our mini-series on Dominant 7th chords and look at inversions on the bottom four strings of the guitar. Check back then for another guitar chord of the day.