EXAMPLE7 v-iv blues Changes: larry CarEl7t1o/4n

Guitar Techniques - - PLAY|SOPHISTICATED BLUES -

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.

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