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Many of my lessons focus on getting an effective turnaround that will take us back to the beginning of a 12 bar form to start the progression again. This is of course because most blues tunes and arrangements work this way; they repeat the basic form over and again.
However, having an effective way to end a blues is also an essential skill and tool to have at your disposal. So, let's make one!
In this lesson I discuss using the turnaround as means to get to the I chord in order to bring the piece to a close, rather than the V chord to start the form again.
I find it quite easy (so far!) to navigate, and found the "where do I start" to be very helpful! I'm getting there!!
I LOVE the forum, too. I've never been one to use forums, but the GT forum is full of great people and helpful information at ALL levels! Congrats on a WONDERFUL site!!Good job!