Turnaround lick blues guitar video lesson

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

In the podcast licking 45, which would I show a slow Blues turnaround, in the key b this lick is similar to Eric Clapton, b.b. King, or Freddie King may play a 12 bar Blues in the turnaround section. This podcast is an excerpt from the bonus-CD with my 4 DVD blues guitar solos bundle.

Reversals are very important, to play Blues tell that as you. The 12 bar Blues compete in the last 4 bars. This lesson is the b button in the last 4 bars are F # 7, E7, B7 and F # 7 (V, IV, I and V) you have may be a lick play, which sounds good, while these chord changes to happen.

Many times ending value to a chord tone of the final chord, in this case the F # 7, will give you great results. This means that you want to stop your set on the 1, 3, 5 or b7 notes of F # 7 chord. In this lesson, you will notice the I just to F # turn. If you don't know are the 1, 3, 5 and b7 notes, f #, A #, c#, and E.

Try end on each of these notes in bar in the chord of F # 7 in the last bar 12 arrival Blues. I think that you are using the results pleased.

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Tab for this lesson

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