Fundamentals of Lead Guitar Major Pentatonic

The major pentatonic scale is a musical scale with five notes played per octave. The major pentatonic scale is “typically” played over major chord progressions. Learning the information and scales in this section is fundamental in understanding the fretboard and playing.   Learn each scale pattern, then learn to connect the scale patterns up the fretboard to each chord position. The scale patterns learned “are not” genre specific, they can be used in all types of music from classical to metal.

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