I am going through "The Evolving Bassist - Millenium Edition" and am wondering if there is a typo on page 47, Augmented Dominant Sevenths. Bassically, it gives you a key and then writes out the triad and then gives you a scale: ex: C(4) E(2) G#(1) --> Bb(1) C(4) <-- Bb(4) G(1) E(2) C(4) --> D(1) E(4) ^-- F#(1) G#(4) ^-- Bb(1) C(4) Bb(1) --v G#(4) F#(1) --v E(4) D(1) (for C, D, E, F, G, A, B) The fingering and shifts look good (if you can read what I typed, I mean '^--' to mean a shift towards the nut and up a string and --v to mean a shift away from the nut and down a string) assuming you are starting on the A string. This works for C+7, D+7, E+7, and F+7. However, once you get to the G on the A string, either the fingering should change to replace (at least) the '4' to a '3' if he wished you to remain starting with the A string, and if you shift down to start with the G on the D string, the shifts in the exercise should be different (there would be an additional shift). I know I should probably just blow this off and do it the way I think, however, I am wondering if perhaps the book IS right? Are my ideas on fingering somehow 'wrong' in Rufus' universe?