Easy Chord Tracking with Pentatonic Scales



October 27, 2016:
Easy Chord Tracking with Pentatonic Scales

PART ONE: In part one we work through two studies that track the Minor and Major chord types with the appropriate Pentatonic scale.


In example one, chords of "Am" and "Dm" are tracked with "A Minor Pentatonic," and "D Minor Pentatonic." In example two, major quality chords of, "Cmaj7" and "Gmaj7," are tracked with, "C and G," Major Pentatonic in the first three measures. The final measure switches to "Em7," with this minor chord tracked using the, "E Minor Pentatonic," scale.

Watch Part 2 of this lesson for examples that cover Dominant 7th chords and the use of Blues Scale to cover the "Minor 7(b5)" chord. Paid members can download the handout and the MP3 jamtrack in the members area at: CreativeGuitarStudio.com




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