Changing Pentatonic Scale in Minor Keys – GUITAR TUTORIAL14:05

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Changing Pentatonic Scale in Minor Keys – GUITAR TUTORIAL

by | Jun 18, 2018 | GUITAR, GUITAR THEORY

Changing Pentatonic Scale in Minor Keys – GUITAR TUTORIAL

In this animated guitar tutorial made by Fretjam, you are going to learn how changing pentatonic scale over minor key progressions can open up your musical options for playing melodic guitar solos.

In this lesson, the trainer shows you an alternative to playing the same minor pentatonic scale over a chord progression. By changing pentatonic scales with the chords, you can connect to those chords more musically and expand our phrasing options.

(Credit : Fretjam)

MY OPINION

Fantastic tutorial for guitarists !

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