Mike_LA wrote:I've had luck recently going to you tube and typing in "Name your Key" backing track.
Once I find one that I like, I find where my matching patterns (boxes) fit then play the missing notes as I jam along.
From that, I can find which other notes sound good and find them in all of the other places on the neck as I go around.
Pretty valuable resource and has helped me quite a bit over the past 6 months.
Best of luck
Alpeggio wrote:Also know that a Pentatonic scale is considered to be a Natural scale with 2 notes removed, to make it more melodic.
The minor pentatonic for example is a natural minor scale with the 2nd and 6th notes removed.
The notes which are left are still named the same as if they were in a natural 7 note scale. For example the 2nd note in a Pentatonic minor is still called the minor 3rd.
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