The blues is one of the most, if not THE most important progression that you have to learn to play over. The blues is the basis on which so much of jazz is built on that I consider it a right of passage for every player.
One of the coolest things about the blues is we can play it with extremely simple changes or very complicated changes along with every combination in between. This week we are going to look at some chord changes that you can put into the blues to spice things up and make everything a bit more interesting.
This changes will also give your solos a little more direction when it comes to playing over this all-important chord progression and allow you to do more than you thought possible over this deceptively easy form.
Enjoy the episode and next week we will take this concept even further with more advanced material for you to dig in to!
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