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Here is the open-posi tion form that you should know well by now. And here are some different positions for it. IIV 67 ~ <> I~ IV I 67 ~ itt u IIX 67 ·#1 ~ # This next exercise is based on the B7 chord and its diffe ren t positions. Once again, try to play all the changes as smoothly as possible. In order to crea te a more "blu esy" feeling, many players voice all th eir chords as seventh chords . We've just learned how to play diffetent inversions of the £7, A7, and B7 chords. As you know, these chords are the primary chords in the key of E.
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