Minor triad arpeggios - II inversion fingerings

Hi everyone, and welcome back to another lesson from ebassacademy. This time  we will talk about minor triad arpeggio fingerings, in II inversion. As you might guess from the previous lessons, the II inversion of a minor triad starts from the fifth, therefore V-I-IIImin; for a C minor triad, the II inversion will be played as G-C-Eb. 

C minor triad, II inversion 

G-C-Eb

Now, let’s check the fingerings available on a 4-string bass, with the following slides.

As always, all the other keys have the same fingerings as the ones shown here; also, consider that you can use the same fingering to play the same key on the higher octave, as shown here.

Thank you for reading and happy practice!  

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