In a previous lesson, we covered how to play the ultimate blues solo scale. If you need a refresher, you can check it out here.
In today's lesson, we're going to cover how to add a chromatic passing note between the IV and V notes in the scale. Sounds pretty technical, but once you hear it in action, you'll probably recognize it pretty quick. This particular note is the most common modification you'll find, and is super common in the blues - in fact, it is often referred to as the blues note. Check it out, and see how you can work it into your solos!
Below you'll find the tab again for this scale. If you've got questions or comments, I'd love to see them at the bottom of the page!
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