Boogie

Guitar boogie chords

Guitar boogie chords
  1. What are boogie chords?
  2. What key is guitar boogie in?

What are boogie chords?

Boogie-woogie uses a lot of 6s and 9s in the chord voicings. When moving from the I to the IV chord. Just one note changes to become a IV9 chord. In jazz, these are called rootless chords voicings.

What key is guitar boogie in?

Guitar Boogie is apositivesong byArthur Smithwith a tempo of88 BPM.It can also be used double-time at 176 BPM. The track runs2 minutes and 31 secondslong with aBkey and amajormode.

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