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Common Eight Bar Blues Chords/Explanation For Beginners Harmonica Tab

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Common Eight Bar Blues Chords/Explanation For Beginners Harmonica Tab


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For those of you who don’t know, a chord is several notes played at
the same time. Certain songs (almost all) have chord progression. it
would look something like this, I IV V I. Each of those roman numerals
translate to certain note in the major scale. The note that it
translates to is called a tonic and that is the lowest note in the
chord. So essentially the roman numeral “I” means the number 1 which
means the first note in the major scale (c or holes 1 and 4 on your
diatonic c harmonica). From there, you can build your chords.

For instance, the progression of an 8 bar blues could be I(1) V(5)
IV(4) IV(4) I V I V

First bar=I(1)
Blow into the holes, 1 2 3

second bar=V(5)
Suck through holes, 2 3 4

third bar=IV(4)
Suck through holes, 5 6

fourth bar=IV(4)
Suck through holes, 5 6

fifth bar=I(1)
Blow into the holes, 1 2 3

sixth bar=V(5)
Suck through holes, 2 3 4

seventh bar=I(1)
Blow into the holes, 1 2 3

eighth bar=V(5)
Suck through holes, 2 3 4


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