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Blues Guitar - Tritone Blues - Part 3

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In the next 12-bar blues, I utilize the magic of inverting these chords. The VIIb-III tritone interval of an A7 chord is G - C#. Now the III-VIIb diminished fifth interval in a D7 is F# - C. This means that you can just move the "chord" one fret down, and then you have the inverted interval of the IV7 chord. And then there is no prize for guessing that you can move this "chord" up two fret to the V7 chord. You should also try to slide into these position from one fret below or one fret above, and you can slide from the V7 to the IV7 chord.

Tritone Blues with Inverted Chords



 
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