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Watch the F7 Chord Scale online guitar lesson by Marcy Marxer from Chord Melody for Ukulele: Module 1

The F7 chord scale. Hold down the F7 chord in 1st position. The frets are 2, 3, 1, 3. The b7 note is Eb, which is one whole-step below the root. In this position, we can play strings 2, 3 and 4 and use a rest stroke to let the root note ring just like we did with the F major chord. Add the 2 or G two frets up. The 3 is open on the 1st string. Play the 4 by using a small barre at the first fret. Play the F7 with the 5th on top. Go to the position that adds the 6th note. The frets are x, 3, 5, 5. An optional fingering would be frets 2, 3, 5, 5. This fingering gives us two A notes in the same octave on the 4th and 2nd strings. We don't really need two, so I usually stick with the three note version. Do what seems best for you.

From the 6th on top, we go to the F7 with the b7 on top. The F7 with the root on top will be two frets up from there. The barre is on the 8th fret. Add the 2, Go to the position we used before for F7 with the 3rd on top, and slide your pinky up one fret to add the 4th note of the scale. Going back down: 4, 3, 2, 1, b7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1. Play through this lesson as many times as you like and move on to the playalong.

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