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chris mood
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chris mood
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03/11/2004 3:00 pm
Sorry about the lyrics, I got the 2 verses mixed up, all fixed now.

You can use major, you will get more of a rock sound. Dominant 7ths are traditionally used for more of a blues sound. There's all of about 8 types of blues progressions that use various types of chords. For instance, here's a 12 bar minor blues....

|Cmin7 . . . |F9 . . . |Cmin7 . . .| . . . . |

|Fmin7 . . . | . . . .|Cmin7 . . . .| . . . .|

|Ab13 . . . |G7#5 . . . |Cmin7 . . .|Dmin7b5 . G7#5 . ||