Pentatonic Chain

Here’s a video that made me reevaluate what I’m doing when I play the 5 standard minor pentatonic scale boxes. it’s fun and straight forward and makes me realize where some of my favorite slides come into play and where I can do similar things that I don’t do right now. Always good when something makes you look deeper at your existing habits.

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5 thoughts on “Pentatonic Chain

  1. Oooh that’s one I’ve my faves. I’ve always known it as a sliding pentatonic. You can also do a major version of it by starting with an open E, third finger slide from F# to G#, and follow the pattern from there. And it is just as good going down the neck too.

    • This is easier to play in the sense that it mixes and matches all the most popular parts from the different ways to play the pentatonic scales. Learning either way will help in the long run. Good luck!

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