Major Pentatonic Intermediate Solo

by Gabriel Leopardi

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  • Hello GMC! Today I recorded a classic rock lesson for beginner players. This one is great to practice different soloing techniques and rock & blues rhythm guitar. The solo has been composed using F pentatonic mayor scale. This scale has a “happy” sound and is used very often in rock and blues. Many George Harrison’s solos have been composed with this scale (for example).
    The backing track is a classic progression with a little variation in the turnaround:
    Bb – F – C – F (F G A) –

    I recorded an extended backing track for you to practice improvisations using F pentatonic major scale.

    See you!


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