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Guitar Master123
post Jan 3 2007, 05:05 AM
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People of GMC! I have a question about the Second Lick on the lesson that is so called Pentatonic Scale One-on-One Lesson 2. The question that I am so eager to ask is
When you are playing the lick in a different box than the fourth one do you have to make sure that the notes you are playing are in the A Minor pentatonic scale or do you just play the exact same thing in a different place?

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post Jan 3 2007, 08:52 AM
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QUOTE (Guitar Master123 @ Jan 3 2007, 07:05 AM) *
When you are playing the lick in a different box than the fourth one do you have to make sure that the notes you are playing are in the A Minor pentatonic scale or do you just play the exact same thing in a different place?


If you play the exact same thing, you are going to change key - which you normally wouldn't want when improvising in A minor pentatonic.


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post Jan 3 2007, 11:34 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 3 2007, 07:52 AM) *
If you play the exact same thing, you are going to change key - which you normally wouldn't want when improvising in A minor pentatonic.



Does that mean you need to sort of change the Pattern?


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post Jan 4 2007, 12:18 AM
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Guitarmaster, Your question is a little ambiguous but I will try to answer it as I understand it.

So to answer your question - the pattern can be repeated in other locations and that is the change of key. so to move the same pattern up 2 frets makes it Bm instead of Am (one fret would make it A#m). to move it down 2 frets makes it Gm. OK?
The notes can be replicated elsewhere but that would be a different pattern and possibly very difficult to actually finger.
hope that makes sense and is understandable?


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