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    Default Blues chords arpeggios

    New arpeggio lesson for you!

    Dominant 7 arpeggios over the typical I-IV-V chords in a blues!


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    Nice lesson Robert ! I can see that you get a new axe for your blues is it a G&L ? Nice thinline
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    Yes, a G&L Tribute ASAT Classic Bluesboy that I bought last year. C'est un instrument amusant!
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