50 blues easy lickUploader: Ernest 11 days ago Subscribe 300
Image 50 of 51 Our penultimate example comes to you courtesy of Journey's Neal Schon, and features the popular add-on to the minor pentatonic of the natural 2nd degree, creating a scale with the logical title of minor pentatonic add 2 R 2 3 4 5 b7. Here we play the first note 9 times instead of just once. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Image 46 of 51 We can view this pattern as a descending four-note group that has been shifted forward by a single 16th note, or alternatively as a three-note pattern that goes 3 2 1 3, and then descends from each scale degree in turn. The essence of three guitar gods within three bars! If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? This is how our lick comes out of the box so to speak. As the pentatonic scale forms the basis for a huge amount of rock soloing, each area relates directly to the scale's associated CAGED minor form see below.