The Minor Pentatonic scale is one of the most widely used scales in improvisation in every musical style so it makes sense to know it well all over the guitar neck. When it comes to moving beyond the first pattern learned (see my lesson on 4 Scales You Should Know
) the next step is usually to introduce five overlapping patterns, each staying strictly in ... View Lesson
When it comes to guitar soloing, there are four scales that can be applied more often than any others. They are the Minor Pentatonic Scale, the Natural Minor Scale, the Major Scale and the Major Pentatonic Scale. Following are the most common patterns for each type. They include an easy-to-find root note on the heaviest (6th) string. These examples are all in the key of ... View Lesson
I am really digging Wordpress
. It is the 'blogging' software that I switched to a couple of months ago to run this website but, really, it does so much more. It is an excellent content management system, it has a built in comment function and it tracks popular posts and pages. And the price is right: FREE!
Anyway, I have consistently found my ... View Lesson
Did you ever have one of those days you just feel like ROCKIN??!! That is just about every day for me ;-) And I hope to make this one of those days for you with the following METAL GUITAR JAM TRACK!!
The jam track pedals on the open 5th string A note while stabbing out a C major triad across strings 2, 3 and 4 at ... View Lesson