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Blues Lesson 1 to the 1 - Jim Clymer

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 Key A - 4/4 Time
 Arranged by: Jim Clymer
 Audio File from: Tutorial
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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):
-----

    _    _   _
   | |  | | | |  |
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




Blues Lesson 1 to the 1 - Jim Clymer
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 5/13/2013
Audio: Jim Clymer’s Tutorial
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Blues Lesson 1 to the 1

Please visit Jim Clymer’s Tutorial for the full lesson, tab, original audio and complete breakdown of this arrangement.

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Note: I have learned many songs that I do not think I could have learned without the help of Tab. It seems that breaking the songs down into their various parts (intro, verse, chorus, bridge etc.) and writing the tab is part of my process of learning the songs and helps me remember them better.

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Blues Lesson 1 to the 1 - Jim Clymer
Blues Lesson 1 to the 1

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.

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