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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/17/11 The Blues Sad songs to make you feel good
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1/17/11 The Blues is a style of music that uses simple repetitive chord progressions. The two most common blues chord progressions use the I, IV, and V chords in a 12 measure long chord progression called a 12 bar blues. The only difference between the “Standard twelve bar” blues and the “Fast IV” is that the second measure is a I chord in a standard 12 bar and is a IV chord in a fast IV. (Fast IV, get it?) Here’s what each chord progression looks like. Standard 12 Bar Blues I, I, I, I, IV, IV, I, I, V, IV, I, V Fast IV 12 bar blues I, IV, I, I, IV, IV, I, I, V, IV, I, V
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1/17/11 The Blues Shuffle Using a tri-po-let figure where we only play on the tri, rest on the po , and play again on the let, we can learn to play an easy and effective blues shuffle that’s really pretty cool! Try this blues in A to get your feet wet!
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