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4.2 The D7 Chord video

Tunefox Banjo Lesson #4

The fingering of the D7 chord is very similar to that of the C chord. Let's take a look at how this chord is constructed.

Using the C chord as your reference point, take your left hand ring finger off of the fretboard entirely, keep your index finger where it is, and place your middle finger behind the 2nd fret 3rd string. This two note chord is a D7 chord.

The D7 Chord Banjo video lesson

Just as we practiced in 4.1, work on moving from a G chord to a D7 chord and then back. In the next lesson, we'll combine our chords using the forward backwards roll.

Just as we practiced in 4.1, work on moving from a G chord to a D7 chord and then back. In the next lesson, we'll combine our chords using the forward backwards roll.

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