Watch the Dominant Blues 9 online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Bluesology 1
Let's tackle four more progressions, Examples 7, 8, 9 and 10. We'll discuss a very key concept - altering chords. Substituting ninths, flat ninths or flat 5s when a dominant 7th chord is called for in the progression can really spice up your blues and give the soloist more ideas and color to work with.
NOTE: We've prepared ten jam tracks for you to practice with. See the charts for the listing of jam tracks and their structure. Each lesson bank features one of the ten tracks, although the jam track may not necessarily correspond with the video.