Wednesday, July 27, 2011

How to combine scales

How to combine scalesOne important guitar concept that I go over in Killer Guitar Control Secrets is combining major and minor pentatonic scales. This is a great way to get that bluesy rock feel.

For example, over a 12-bar blues progression, you can start out playing the major pentatonic for the first 4 bars, and then switch to the minor pentatonic.

Here's another cool thing you can do:

Over a static chord vamp, like an A major chord, you can alternate between the A major scale and the A major pentatonic scale. Remember that the A major pentatonic is a subset of A major. A major just has the 2 extra notes.

Again, not to beat a dead horse, but then you'll be able to put into action all the cool tips and strategies I'm givin' ya'. It's a no-nonsense guarantee if you don't think the system rocks.

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