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A to Z Blues Progressions, Example - R

PUBLISHED: Mar 13, 2013 UPDATED: Mar 13, 2013 • VIEWS: 2 • LESSON CODE: UL600-R

Instruments: ukulele guitar music leadsheet harmonica Subjects: chordsbluesprogressionsbeginnerintermediateadvanced

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A to Z Blues Progressions, Example - R

A to Z Blues Progressions, Example - R from my book A Guide To Blues Chord Progressions For Ukulele A To Z.

The blues progression and all their possible harmonic variations is a great progression for exploring chords and chord substitution principles.

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