Blues, Basslines, Re-harm, Chords and Comping...
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In part 2 of Blues, Basslines, Re-harm, Chords & Comping, we will cover 3 new blues variations. These new variations allow you to create numerous blues progressions of your own! These new variations will include tritone substitutions and other re-harmonization techniques. I will also cover the bassline fingering in detail.
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