Pentatonic Scale Sequence Rotation​ Licks To Develop Speed

E Pentatonic Scale Sequence Rotation​ Licks To Develop Speed E Minor Pentatonic Scale Sequence Rotation Lick To Develope Speed. Helps to develop speed in all 5 positions on the 3 high strings on the guitar fret board. Practice with a metronome slow with control. Then increase the speed faster up to your fastest control limit. …
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Guitar Minor Pentatonic Inside Dorian Scale Mode

E Minor Pentatonic Scale inside Dorian Scale Mode - Right & Left Handed Guitar Minor Pentatonic Scale inside the Dorian Scale Mode – Left & Right Handed Guitar. E Dorian Mode is the 2th (ii) degree of D Ionian (Major) Scale. The Dorian Mode has a Minor 3rd Interval making it a minor sounding mode. …
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E Blues Chromatic Scale

The E Blues Chromatic Scale Open String Position On The Guitar The E Blues Chromatic Scale open string position on the guitar. It’s a hybrid scale layered from three scales within it. E Minor Pentatonic, E Blues and E Major 3rd Pentatonic Hybrid Scale. It is Minor Pentatonic Scale with the Major 3rd and Diminished …
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Guitar Pentatonic Scale Chart & Harmony Relationships

To prepare you for this article refer to the post categories of Theory and Technique that contain the articles named Fret Finger Placement, Interval Theory, Understanding Major Scale Modes. This article is about the Minor Pentatonic Scale and how the scale relates to chord harmony. The Penta name stands for 5 notes and this scale …
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A Blues Scale All Guitar Fingering Positions

A Blues Scale All Guitar Fingering Positions A Blues Scale All Guitar Fingering Positions. The A Blues Scale is the Minor Pentatonic Scale with a passing tone (b5 or diminish 5th) note added to it. The A Blues Scale usually works with every position where you would play the pentatonic scale. The added (b5) note …
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Learning Guitar Scale Interval Theory

Guitar Scale Interval Theory Application All chromatic guitar scale intervals spaced fret by fret on the guitar have 12 half steps. These are finite parts that make up all scales. Music intervals are like a measurement ruler to measure the distance between notes. We measure the distance between notes in half steps instead of inches …
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Minor and Major Pentatonic Scale

Minor and Major Pentatonic Scales On Guitar Minor and Major Pentatonic Scales On Guitar. The Minor Pentatonic Scale contains the root, flat third, fourth, fifth and flat seventh (1, b3, 4, 5, b7). The major pentatonic scale has the root note, second, third, fifth and sixth (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 ). The Minor Pentatonic …
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