Soloing with Lateral Pentatonic Scales



November 25, 2016:
Soloing with Lateral Pentatonic Scales

PART ONE: The first half of this MasterClass focuses on learning shapes that can connect different registers of the fingerboard with both Major and Minor Pentatonic scale patterns. Example one applies a two octave run of scale tones from the major Pentatonic. Example two demonstrates a three octave group of tones in the Minor Pentatonic that applies a varied rhythmic meter. Both examples can have their scale sections combined to form a long laterally connected run.

Watch Part 2 of this lesson and learn how to apply these lateral Pentatonic shapes musically using ascending and descending scale runs. Both major and minor melodies are shown in examples three and four. Paid members can download the handout and the MP3 jamtrack in the members area at: CreativeGuitarStudio.com




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