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Blues Lesson 1 to the 1 - Jim Clymer
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Blues Lesson 1 to the 1 - Jim Clymer  (4/4 - Key A)

Key A:
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     ___     ___     ___     ___ 
    |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |
e|----------------------5----------|
B|--------------5---7-----s10vv----|
G|------5h--6----------------------|
D|--7------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------|



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Key E (Transposed - Original Key A):
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     ___     ___     ___     ___ 
    |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |
e|----------------------0----------|
B|--------------0---2------s5vv----|
G|------0h--1----------------------|
D|--2------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------|
        
 
 
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Blues Lesson 1 to the 1 - Jim Clymer
Here’s a lick that every blues player needs to have in their bag of tricks. The 1 refers to the first note in a I-IV-V blues progressions - in this case, the key of A. When you play the A note (5th fret, 1st string), you immediately slide up to the A note on the B string (10th fret). It’s not as easy as it looks.

Source: LearnBluesLicks.com

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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 5/13/2013
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