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Blues Guitar Lesson - "The Blues Squeeze" for Improved Blues Soloing

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While a lot of people have heard that you "should" use the major blues scale over the I chord, and the minor blues scale over the IV and V chord in a blues, that's not the complete story.

In reality, you can just stay in the minor sound and "squeeze" the 3rd up to an almost major 3rd and it really gives the major sound without changing scale patterns.

Obviously, this doesn't replace changing scales, if that's the sound that you want, but if you just want a little bit more coolness in your improvising and solos, this might be just the ticket.

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