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There are two basic ways to combine these two chord shapes in a blues context. In the next example we will use the second shape for the root (I) chord, and the first shape for the IV and V chords. But remember that the second shape has not root, so the basic key will not be as firmly established when we use the chords this way. This time we play in Eb.



 
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