One more time...
Turnarounds are an imprtant thing to be aware of, usually songs will use the same turnaround all the way through (or most of the way through) but often when jamming a blues you have to keep your ears open and listen to what is being played and join in! You can of course decide before hand, but often you'll just use your ears!
The backing track uses a different one each time round so you can get used to them, so be sure to check out the chart (or use your ears!!)
Hope you dig.
Here is the Blues in D Backing track for you to practice with! This one uses a "Long V", keeping it simple and giving you time to think about your turnaround.
You can download the 13 track set of mp3's for this series for £5 (approx $8) (Blues Rhythm Guitar Mp3) - they are also included on the Blues Rhythm Guitar DVD for £15 (approx $25) of this series which comes 3 bonus lessons (44 minutes worth!) and a pdf booklet.
** MISTAKE IN THE CHART ALERT **
Very sorry dudes but the blues is in D, not G as shown in the chart - however the chords in the turnaround are correct - -- I'm hoping you got the skills to work out the right chords until I get a chance to re-make the chart right?
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