#1
So I've come to the realization that if I want to be a good well-rounded guitar player, I need to not only know my scales and how to use them but also have a good knowledge of chord progressions. Right now I'm interested in some blues progressions. What are some good ones? Please give the roman numerals (e.g. I-IV-V) and not the actual chord names (e.g. E-A-B) so I can work on them in every key.
#2
It's pretty much I-IV-V or I-IV-I-V-IV. Blues isn't the most innovative study.
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#4
i made this for you in sibalius.

the last measure, the reaos i put a quarter note and a dotted half note is because thats the rythem that the chords need to be played in, in the last measure.



figure out the roman numeral notation for it, and then you can apply it to any blues.

here i made a record of it.

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#5
Awesome, thanks! I'm guessing that's in G major, right? What program did you use to make that?
#6
sibelius or however it is spelled
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#7
Theres some stuff in the Music Theory FAQ sticky on blues, check it out.
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