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Jazz & More Guitar Lessons: Soloing: 12 Bar Regular Blues

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Tips and Techniques,
Soloing 12 Bar Regular Blues.
I have one more backing track for
you on the blues.
This time, it's, like,
a boogie blues in E.
This guy.
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And the chords are E7.
[MUSIC]
E7.
Four bars.
Two bars are A7.
[MUSIC]
Two bars are E7.
And one bar of B7, one bar of A7.
And one bar of E7.
And then one bar of B7, B7.
[MUSIC]
You're going to end it right there,
sharp 5 just going back.
[MUSIC]
And
if you want to check out
some nice voicings for for
blues you can check out the jazz,
jazz block.
But here,
I will just show you the basic, chords.
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The 7th chords, like this, or.
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In the guitar basic block,
you have some of these exercises, if you
wanna play these, these kind of rhythms.
But this is about soloing now so,
and here you can use, use
the same techniques as I did on the minor
blues but here you can also use this.
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This note the major.
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Major 3rd.
And maybe combine it with a minor 3rd.
[MUSIC]
So here we go, blues in E.
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