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Basic Blues Progressions in G Major

Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

PUBLISHED: Feb 20, 2013 UPDATED: Apr 10, 2020 • VIEWS: 24 • LESSON CODE: UL42-Blues-7G

Instruments: ukulele Subjects: beginnerblueschordscoreintermediateprogressionstheory

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Basic Blues Progressions in G Major

Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions in the key of G major using the core 7th chords from the Big Six series of lessons. This is great way to explore this core chord in various keys.

These are the two most common blues progressions used in traditional and contemporary music.

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