#1
Ok if I remember correctly 12 bar blues are mainly dominished, major and minor chords right?
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#2
This is the basic 12 bar blues progression, and depending on the key you are in substitute in appropriate chords:

I - / - / - / I - / - / - / I - / - / - / I7 - / - / - /

IV7 - / - / - / IV7 - / - / - / I - / - / - / I - / - / - /

V7 - / - / - / IV7 - / - / - / I - / - / - / I - / - / - /

If you are in the key of E it would look like:

E- / - / - / E - / - / - / E - / - / - / E7 - / - / - /

A7 - / - / - / A7- / - / - / E - / - / - / E - / - / - /

B7 - / - / - / A7 - / - / - / E - / - / - / E - / - / - /

Have fun playing the blues, I love 'em.
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#3
Quote by Geebz
This is the basic 12 bar blues progression, and depending on the key you are in substitute in appropriate chords:

I - / - / - / I - / - / - / I - / - / - / I7 - / - / - /

IV7 - / - / - / IV7 - / - / - / I - / - / - / I - / - / - /

V7 - / - / - / IV7 - / - / - / I - / - / - / I - / - / - /

If you are in the key of E it would look like:

E- / - / - / E - / - / - / E - / - / - / E7 - / - / - /

A7 - / - / - / A7- / - / - / E - / - / - / E - / - / - /

B7 - / - / - / A7 - / - / - / E - / - / - / E - / - / - /

Have fun playing the blues, I love 'em.
I can't read tabs mate,

But put them in music chords, notes form and I could.
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#4
Well it isn't in tabs form.... the slashes just represent individual beats, or time components that each chord is played for. So there is a E chord followed by 3 slashes, that means in 4/4 time to play the E chord 4 times 1-2-3-4 then the next measure begins.

The big slashes are your quarter notes, and the small ones can be your eighth notes. So you could play the E chord 1 and 2 and 3 and 4... etc. Just switch the chords at the end of each phrase.

E major is played for three measures, the E7 is played for one measure, A7 is played or two measures, then back to E for two measures, B7 for one measure, A7 for one measure, then E for two measures, for a total of twelve bars, or you twelve bar blues.
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#5
Quote by Geebz
Well it isn't in tabs form.... the slashes just represent individual beats, or time components that each chord is played for. So there is a E chord followed by 3 slashes, that means in 4/4 time to play the E chord 4 times 1-2-3-4 then the next measure begins.

The big slashes are your quarter notes, and the small ones can be your eighth notes. So you could play the E chord 1 and 2 and 3 and 4... etc. Just switch the chords at the end of each phrase.

E major is played for three measures, the E7 is played for one measure, A7 is played or two measures, then back to E for two measures, B7 for one measure, A7 for one measure, then E for two measures, for a total of twelve bars, or you twelve bar blues.
Now that I understand.
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Amps.
Ibanez 10 watt bass amp.
Traynor YCV CLASSIC 40 WATT ALL TUBE AMP 2x10 COMBO.

Pedals
Digitech RP150.