EXAMPLE MAJOR KEY MINI TUNE
This is a classic Peter Green style, major key blues, illustrating the preceding major key concepts. The tune should be played using shape 1 of the Mixolydian mode with added C (with blues curl) from the Minor Pentatonic. The solo can be played entirely in shape 3 of the blues box (see ex2) located on the ninth fret. The most important thing to remember here is to ensure your bends are accurate; you can warm up by quickly and accurately bending the 12th fret of the second string up to the minor and major 3rd, then make sure you can hold the note with or without vibrato.