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Absolute newbie track idea For Blues Guitar

Are you embarassed to confess you don't recognize any song conception? if that is so, cease it. There's not anything to be embarassed approximately. a lot of people choose up an device with no ever studying the fundamentals of tune theory.

You can study loads of stuff with no ever figuring out what you're doing. but when you're keen to profit the main uncomplicated components of track concept, every thing you do will make extra sense.

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D E G A" E" F B" F E" B G D A B" B" F! F! C! C! A" A" E" E E F F! G A" A B" B C C! D E" 1/2 Step Down Tuning (E♭Tuning) Everything moves up 1 fret when you tune down 1/2 step E Building The Scale Find the fret matching the key of the song on the low E string and build your scale from there. Building From The Root Note Major Scale In E Flat Major Scale Key Of E♭ E" E F F G A" A B" B C C! D B" B" F! F! C! C! A" A" E" E Minor Scale Key Of F# F F! II I E" E F F G A" III IV G A" A B" B V A B" C C! VI B C C!

V D E" VI VII I The Blues I, IV, V 12 Bar Major Blues 12 Bar Minor Blues Turnarounds Introductions What Do You Play When? The Pentatonic Scale? What Is The I, IV, V? I Major Scale In E I II Natural Minor Scale In E I II III III IV V IV V IV V VI VI VII VII The I, IV, V in blues music These notes are the root notes for the 12 bar refers to the I, IV, and V blues progression, used in most blues music. positions in both the major and minor scale. No matter what key the song is in (where we start the scale)…… …regardless of whether it’s major or minor blues (which scale it uses)….

A" A" E" E" F F! Major Scale In F Sharp I E G A" II A B" B III IV C C! V D E" VI VII I The Blues I, IV, V 12 Bar Major Blues 12 Bar Minor Blues Turnarounds Introductions What Do You Play When? The Pentatonic Scale? What Is The I, IV, V? I Major Scale In E I II Natural Minor Scale In E I II III III IV V IV V IV V VI VI VII VII The I, IV, V in blues music These notes are the root notes for the 12 bar refers to the I, IV, and V blues progression, used in most blues music. positions in both the major and minor scale.

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