Funky Lesson

by Pablo Vazquez

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  • Hello! I'm Pablo Vázquez from Argentina and this is my first lesson for GMC! I’ve recorded a "funky" lesson for beginner/intermediate guitar players. I think this lesson would be interesting because it has a guitar solo that changes the scale in every time!

    The solo has been composed using G# pentatonic minor and A pentatonic major scales. It sounds good and funny, and this mode to play is usually used in Jazz.

    This tune is a good example to show you that you can play using many scales anywhere you want. The secret is to play the scale correspondent to the chord that sound at every moment.

    Enjoy it!


    G sharp penta minor copia.jpg

    A penta major copia.jpg
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