Knowing the five main pentatonic minor scales can be confusing but it’s absolutely necessary if you want complete coverage of the entire guitar neck. In this first lesson, you’ll learn the five pentatonic patterns that make the difference to your perception and understanding of how you can begin soloing.
Have you ever struggled to identify the scales you are playing? If you have, it probably means you don’t know or have never looked into learning the power and importance of root notes. This second lesson details exactly how to get the most from the patterns you have learned.
Let’s face it, one of the main reasons that people pick up the guitar is to play those amazing riffs that you see the great guitar players of the world perform. That is what this lesson is all about! You will be taking everything that you have learned in the previous two lessons and combine that with how you can play licks across the guitar neck.
You may know one or two scales, but this lesson builds on all the other videos that Gary has produced. This will pull a lot of threads together and help you really understand how to memorise and get the most from your minor pentatonic scales.
In the final lesson of this five lesson course on pentatonic minor scales, Gary Clinton discusses the challenges and opportunities of being able to change key using the five pentatonic scale patterns.