The major scale? Blues scales? Minor pentatonic scales? All of ’em?
There are several answers to this question…which can make it kind of confusing if you’re just starting out!
But there is one simple scale that worksgreat most of the time…the major pentatonic scale.
So if you need to kick start your major key soloing skills, aren’t sure what the major pentatonic scale is or how to play it, or if you just want to brush up your major key solos…then this episode of the ASK JAMES GUITAR SHOW is for you!
In this short lesson I’ll show you:
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The major pentatonic scale is the most commonly used guitar scale when playing a guitar solo in a major key. In this short lesson you’ll learn everything you need to know to get started playing and using the major pentatonic scale in your guitar solos.
Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll learn in this guitar lesson:
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Hope this lesson helped you out and see you next time!