Watch the V-IV-I Change: A2 online guitar lesson by Mark Stefani from Jazzed Blues Assembly Lines

Next we begin looking at one of most important parts of a blues progression, licks that fit the movement between the V (G7) and IV (F7) chords found at measures nine and ten. Because our goal is a funky 12-bar blues solo, these four-bar lesson segments will also include some solid moves against the C7 chord at measures eleven and twelve. This one blends dominant blues over the G7, followed by a C blues scale lick over the F7, and finally a great Benson blues cliche over the final chord.

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