Blues in G

A basic / standard I, IV, V blues in the key of G major.

Published: May 10, 2013 Updated: Mar 20, 2018

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A basic / standard I, IV, V blues in the key of G major.

This is great progression for exploring the Blues, Major Pentatonic and Mixolydian scales. As well as arpeggios and just generally improvisation and soloing over a blues progression.

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A basic blues in the key of G.

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