Pentatonic Sequences

by David Wallimann

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  • If the use of the minor pentatonic would be copyrighted, its owner would be the richest man on Earth... But that's not the case, so we can use it again in this lesson without any fear. :-)

    First of all, let me remind you that a minor pentatonic scale is made of 5 notes:
    Root
    min 3rd
    4th
    5th
    min 7th

    In this lesson we will work on a few sequence ideas. It is important that you develop these ideas on all the 5 shapes of the scale. They will come in very handy while improvising as they should be automatically played without putting too much thought to it. They are great when you need to tie two musical ideas together.

    Have fun!

    A penta 5.jpg

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    A penta 2.jpg

    A penta 1.jpg

    A penta extnded.jpg

    A penta 3.jpg
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