Some very nice licks for everybody! Great one David!
Some tasty licks! Is this going to be a series for different scales and musical contexts?
Very important for the musical vocabulary
I like it a lot David! useful stuff not only for begginers. always is cool to work on some pentatonic licks for improvisation!
Cool lesson David
Nice one David!
Great David! Really helpful. We could need more beginner-intermediate minor pentatonic stuff (maybe in D ).
Nice one David
Cool and useful David! Great, chill out backing
Great licks David
Great lesson David!
Thanks folks! :-)
Thanks for the very helpfull lesson David, Your'e the man!!
I was just looking for some backingtrack to polish up my use of minor pentatonic.
Simple and very doable!
Very beautiful solo David.
Very useful for beginners,bravo !
Thanks guys! :-)
Great licks David, aswesome lesson
nice licks David..very well done.
Very nice lesson David
David, you nailed it! I wish I had this lesson when I started improvising years ago...
Cool lesson Dave
High quality lesson.
Thanks for the comments, it means a lot!
i love the feel man! awesome tone to
Thanks a lot!
Tone is from my Boss GT8.
It's not easy to start improvising when you are a beginner. There are so many tools to use that sometimes confusion and discouragment are overwhelming. This lesson should hopefully help some of you to get started without the hastle of having to memorize too many scale patterns.
One of the most commonly used scales in instrumental guitar music is the minor pentatonic scale. That scale is made of 5 notes and will work as its name implies over a minor chord progression. Today we will work in the key of Am using the two first positions of the minor pentatonic. Of course you can expand by memorizing all five positions written below.
Concentrate on precision and feeling before anything else. It is very possible to make a successful musical career with these two scale positions and it is essential that you get accustomed to them. Once you feel comfortable with the diagrams and start to get a feel for that scale's color, start improvising over the looped backing track and start writting some licks to include in your musical vocabulary.