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Easy introduction to mixing Major and Minor Pentatonic scales in a 12 bar blues. In this lesson, I give an example solo which mixes major and major. I then teach how to apply the scales to your own 12 bar blues. I give the theory explain when to use each scale. Finally I teach each of the licks used in the example solo.
The tab is shown on screen and available by emailing me. The backing track I use in the example is also available as a separate YouTube video. This is my latest guitar tuition in a series I’m calling “Pentatonic Like a Pro!” exploring the Pentatonic Scale.
Lesson 1: Pentatonic all over the neck – https://youtu.be/rLTI8FhsJqY
Lesson 2: Shortcut to the Major Pentatonic – https://youtu.be/k4TV7OtPHSY
If you would like a copy of the tab, then just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll reply with the tab attached. In the email, please tell the email that you want the tab for “Mixing Major and Minor Pentatonic”.
The important links:
The example solo is over a 12 bar backing track which is available here:
Marc Guitar’s Facebook page:
Marc Guitar’s Patreon page:
Patreon supporters get access to additional lessons, as well as mp3 backing tracks and all the tabs.
Marc’s band – Northbound:
Spotify: “Northbound Acoustic Blues Band”
Album available as mail order CDs from northbound.org.uk and downloads from all the usual download stores (iTunes, Google Play, CD Baby etc)
Google Play: https://bit.ly/2FGM5tx
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