In this lesson we will be studying a fingerstyle ragtime blues. Ragtime Blues is made up of a different chord progression than the typical I-IV-V 12 Bar blues. It follows a I-III- VI-II-V-I with a bVI turnaround. One of the key defining elements of acoustic blues is the use of the alternating bassline with the thumb. While this style can be tricky to get down, it is well worth the effort.
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