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The dominant 7th is a minor third above the 5th of a chord. Adding a dominant 7 gives any triad a fourth note, meaning it can no longer be called a triad (3). We then call this chord a "Dominant 7th chord", or "7th chord" for short. A quick shortcut to finding the dominant 7th in any chord is to take the root of the chord and move down a whole step (2 frets). That note is the dominant 7th. You may have to find a different string on which to play the dom. 7, but that shouldn't be too much of a hassle once you've found it. Memorizing these voicings is the best way to learn how most of the Dom. 7ths are placed. These are the typical 7th chord voicings.
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