Watch the C Dominant 7 Chord Inversions online guitar lesson by Frank Vignola from Inversion Excursion
In this section we go through all the dominant 7th chord inversions. To make a chord dominant you add the flatted 7th step of the scale to the triad. The C triad spelling once again is C-E-G or 1-3-5. Adding the Bb or the flatted 7th to the triad makes a dominant 7th chord. The spelling for C dominant 7th or C7 is C-E-G-Bb. We will go through all the inversions on the different sets of strings, then get into dominant 9th, dominant 13th, suspended, flat 9 and more.