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12 Bar Blues in G


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Now we'll check out how to add the dominant 7 note to the next group of open chords.

Let's use the same structure or progression as it's called when it comes to chords and just replace the chords. We'll do 4 bars of G7, then 2 bars of C7 and back to 2 bars of G7. Then we'll go D7 for 1 bar, C7 for 1 bar and finally G7 for 1 bar to D7 for 1 bar. We'll just go through it once and then we'll end on our G7 chord. Again this is called a 12 bar form, and it's a really important one to know.
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