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Watch the Breakdown 6 online guitar lesson by Andy Aledort from Slow Blues Power

This brings us to the twist in the chord progression: in bar 10, instead of moving from the V (five) chord, E7, to the IV (four) chord, D7, as one normally would, we instead move to the bVII (flat seven) chord, G, and then move to the D. In the solo, I took advantage of this twist in the chord progression by directly referencing G: from the start of bar 10, I play doublestop sixths on the D and B strings, sounding D, the fifth of G, and B, the major third of G; I then switch to the same intervallic reference for the D chord by simply sliding this shape down from the 12th to the seventh fret.