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PJ Labinski (105) · [archive]
Style: Blues · Level: Advanced · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2

If you compare a dominant A chord to the A blues scale, you will see that the chord contains a maj 3rd (C#), while the scale has a min 3rd (C). This difference is one of the major factors in creating the "blues sound". A fresh approach is to use the major pentatonic scale over the I chord in a blues progression. Now lets apply this to a 12 bar progression...
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