• A I 096bpm0:55

  • A V IV I 132bpm0:53

  • A V IV I 110bpm1:07

  • A V IV I 088bpm1:20

  • A I bIII I 120bpm0:56

  • A I bIII I 100bpm1:08

  • A I bIII I 080bpm1:25

  • A I bIII IV 120bpm0:58

  • A I bIII IV 100bpm1:10

  • A I bVII IV 110bpm1:08

  • A I bVII IV 088bpm1:26

  • A I bIII bVII IV 132bpm0:57

  • A I bIII bVII IV 110bpm1:08

  • A V IV I 070bpm1:40

  Now see how many of these chord progressions you can play along with when you don't know which track is coming up next! Use the Roman numerals that show up in the audio player as your clues & practice learning those Roman numerals here!  

  This is where you really start going a long ways towards training your ear and building the muscle memory you need to play songs "on the fly"! 

  • A I V IV bIII 064bpm1:43

  • A I bII IbVII IV 070bpm1:47

  • A I bVII IV 070bpm1:47

Track #7: A-G-D

I-bVII-IV


  • A I bIII IV 064bpm1:50

Track #5: A-C-D

I-bIII-IV


Some A Blues Chord Progressions

Track #2: Quick-change 12 Bar Blues in A  

I-IV-V


A Major Chord Jam Track: All A Major

Progression in Roman numerals: I 

        See these scales with a Fretboard Toolbox:

  • Use pages 13-14 of any Complete Edition
  • note with (*) is the "flat-5"/"blues note"

  • A I 051bpm1:44

  • A I V IV bIII 080bpm1:22

Track #9: A-E-D-C

I-V-IV-bIII


Track #8: A-C-G-D

I-bIII-bVII-IV


  • A I bIII I 064bpm1:47

Track #4: A-C-A

I-bIII-I


  • A I IV V 12BarBluesQC 077bpm1:58

Track #1: Simple 12 Bar Blues in A Major 

I-IV-V













  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 120bpm1:16
  • A I 064bpm1:24
  • A I 080bpm1:06
  • A I 096bpm0:55
  • A I bIII bVII IV 088bpm1:26
  • A I bIII bVII IV 110bpm1:08
  • A I bIII bVII IV 132bpm0:57
  • A I bIII I 080bpm1:25
  • A I bIII I 100bpm1:08
  • A I bIII I 120bpm0:56
  • A I bIII IV 080bpm1:28
  • A I bIII IV 100bpm1:10
  • A I bIII IV 120bpm0:58
  • A I bVII I 054bpm1:45
  • A I bVII I 072bpm1:23
  • A I bVII I 090bpm1:09
  • A I bVII IV 088bpm1:26
  • A I bVII IV 110bpm1:08
  • A I bVII IV 132bpm0:56
  • A I bVII IV V 096bpm1:25
  • A I bVII IV V 120bpm1:07
  • A I bVII IV V 144bpm0:56
  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 096bpm1:35
  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 144bpm1:03
  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues QC 096bpm1:34
  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues QC 120bpm1:15
  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues QC 144bpm1:02
  • A V IV I 088bpm1:20
  • A V IV I 110bpm1:03
  • A V IV I 132bpm0:52
  • A I 051bpm1:44
  • A I V IV bIII 064bpm1:43
  • A I bII IbVII IV 070bpm1:47
  • A I bVII IV 070bpm1:47
  • A I bVII I 043bpm2:11
  • A I IV V 12BarBluesQC 077bpm1:58
  • A V IV I 070bpm1:40
  • A I bIII I 064bpm1:47
  • A I bIII IV 064bpm1:50
  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 077bpm1:59

All of this page's Tracks on Shuffle!


  • A I bVII I 043bpm2:11

Track #6: A-G-A

I-bVII-I


Track #3: E-D-A 

V-IV-I


  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 077bpm1:59

For these A Blues tracks, experiment with these scales:
A Major pentatonic: ABC#EF# 
(underlined notes, pp. 13-14)

A minor pentatonic: A, C, D, EG  (notes in white boxes p. 14)

  • A I 080bpm1:06

  • A I 064bpm1:24

  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 144bpm1:03

  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 120bpm1:16

  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues 096bpm1:35

  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues QC 144bpm1:02

  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues QC 120bpm1:15

  • A I IV V 12 Bar Blues QC 096bpm1:34

  • A I bIII IV 080bpm1:28

  • A I bVII I 090bpm1:09

  • A I bVII I 072bpm1:23

  • A I bVII I 054bpm1:45

  • A I bIII bVII IV 088bpm1:26

  • A I V IV bIII 120bpm0:34

  • A I bVII IV 132bpm0:56

  • A I V IV bIII 100bpm1:05