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`Ukulele Blues, Example D

Major Quick Four progression.

PUBLISHED: Jan 2, 2005 UPDATED: Jan 2, 2005 • VIEWS: 75 • LESSON CODE: UL122

Instruments: ukulele Subjects: bluesbeginnerchords

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`Ukulele Blues, Example D

Major Quick Four Progression - Example D. From the book A Guide to Blues Progressions for Ukulele from A to Z.

From the book A Guide to Blues Progressions for Ukulele from A to Z.

To break up the monotony of six measures of a I chord when the progression is repeated. A V chord is added to measure twelve turning the progression back to the I chord. A IV chord is added to measure two, returning to the I chord in measure three. This change is often referred to as aQuick Four change. A IV chord can also be added to measure ten.

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