DIaGRam1 a mi­nor pen­ta­tonic neck di­a­gram

Guitar Techniques - - LESSON | CREATIVE ROCK -

a mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic isn’t the only scale that you can use over this les­son’s back­ing track. How­ever, we’re go­ing to stick to it for the pur­poses of this study. di­a­gram 1 shows the scale on the en­tire neck, rather than di­vided into sep­a­rate po­si­tions; how­ever, you should be able to see the five fa­mil­iar CaGed pat­terns; when you play three-notes-per-string, you strad­dle two ad­ja­cent shapes at the same time. This study is not sup­posed to rep­re­sent a well­bal­anced solo. In­stead, it’s an un­re­lent­ing suc­ces­sion of three-notes-per-string a mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic ideas: so, more a tech­ni­cal work­out than a mu­si­cal piece.

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