EXAMPLE3 COUN­TRY BOO­GIE RIFF AND STEEL CHORDS (4-6/1-3)

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Next up it’s coun­try gui­tar that gets the three-string treat­ment. This ex­am­ple bal­ances a low-string gui­tar boo­gie fig­ure based around an E7 tonal­ity (E-G#-B-D) with a col­lec­tion of high voic­ings found on the first to third strings, rem­i­nis­cent of the type of chords one might find em­a­nat­ing from the pedal steel. Nat­u­rally, you should trans­pose these shapes through all keys, but to start you should look for the as­so­ci­ated Iv7 (A7) and v7 (B7) forms.

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