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Watch the Gimme Five Slide online guitar lesson by Andy Aledort from 30 Beginner Slide Blues Guitar Licks You MUST Know

Now that we've taken this "one chord" lick and applied it to the four chord, the logical thing to do is to transpose it to the five chord, which is B in the key of E. When we moved the lick from the I chord, E, to the IV chord, A, we simply positioned the slide seven frets lower to thee fifth fret. In order to sound the lick in the key of B, we move the slide five frets lower than the 12th fret, to the seventh fret.