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> Shredding On The Pentatonic Scales?
Stratman58
post May 29 2007, 05:11 AM
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Hello fellow future guitar gods...

I'm having a bit of recent trouble. I've been watching Kris' videos on "moving out of the box".... expanding upon the fretboard with the 5 pentatonic boxes to a key. I'm having a bit of struggle.

I'm used to the 3 notes per string kind of scale runs when I shred. The pentatonic boxes being mostly 2 notes per string kind of horizontal runs is a problem for me. Is there any video that kind of explores the shredding of pentatonics? I just don't want to make any bad habits as I attempt to speed my pentatonic runs.

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post Jun 4 2007, 09:40 AM
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I don't think there are any video's at the moment on this site and i don't know any not on this site.


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post Jun 4 2007, 10:37 AM
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Found some interesting ideas here

http://www.dorylobel.com/3notepentles.htm


Gives you a couple of examples to get started. Also explains the theory behind the patters(if you don't already know that) so you can experiment one your own.



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