Where to find it:
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Find the note for any chord:
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- Start simple. Do this for one chord (F is good to start with). Play it for a few minutes to get the sound in your mind and the feeling in your fingers.
- Note on which counts the boogie note typically falls. (2 and 4).
- Find the boogie note for every major chord you know. Remember, count six notes up the scale, and there you are.
- You can mark this page complete, and move on.
Next up: the vitally important notion of playing with FEELING.