D Minor bending

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Hi everyone and welcome!
    I hope this lesson will help you in realising we should be able to bend more precisely, in addition we will learn those notes in a minor scale that we are allowed to bend. We’ll also use the minor and the pentatonic scale here and we’ll see the difference between them.
    This is a very simple and easily lesson for absolute beginners, in wich we’ll see what exactly is happening while playing.

    The key of this lesson is D minor, so we’ll play only the D Minor and the D Pentatonic scales.
    The beginning is a simple back-and forth playing in D pentatonic, then this theme is repeated with some bended notes. In the middle part we can hear a little picking exercise that we can parctice also separately in higher tempo. Afterwards you can hear some more bends but this time in D minor. It is very important to learn these scales structure to be able to play this part.


    Have fun


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