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The Flat Five Substitution - part 3

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As said in part 1, now we will use the flat five substitution to introduce some passing chords in the 12-bar blues. No new chord shapes are used, only new positions.


 
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Once again I will remind you that these examples are designed to illustrate how you can apply these chords, and not composed to make exciting music. You have to take it from here and experiment with your own variations.

We have to do the same in another key, to make sure that you will be able to play in all keys. You will find that in part 4.

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