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Boogie Woogie in G-Major

This arrangement is a boogie bass line and a G-chord. It is actually much easier to play around a G chord compared to the boogie bass and chord in E. When I first learned to play this kind of bass and chord, I learned it in G. Leadbelly played «Good Morning Blues» this way. But remember that he played with his guitar tuned down 11/2 tone, which means that he actually played in E when he was fingering the "G-chords".


     
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