EXAMPLE7 v-iv blues Changes: larry CarEl7t1o/4n
Pentatonnicoeor You can, of course, play either the tonic major th7e tonic minor PentaAton&ic a8minÓor.PentatoniOEc o. verOEthe eJ7
scale (ie ‘v’ chord,) but your solos will sou6nd more interesting if you acknowledge the v chord by playing the minor Pentatonic that starts on the same root note. so in this example you can
Eb. chorjd onthoetoeimensoe(raoether see that e minor Pentatonic is played over the e7 than a minor Pentatonic). notice also how the minor 3rd (G) is raised by a quarter tone bend in both bars 1 and 5, as this really helps to get closer to the major tonality of the e7 chord.