#2
I can't hel pyo here, like I can't help anyone really,as I dont have a guitar, but I know theory. but all I can say is the best method would be to work it out yourself. The key can be worked out by listening nd seeing what note/chord whatever the song revolves around, ie' (but not necceserily) the first and last note. That "note/chord" also makes the song sound full/complete. Once you've worked that out, you've basically got the scale, other than if it is major or minor, which you have to wrk out by ear.

Sorry I couldnt directly tell you, as I don't know. but it'd work out for you into the long run anyways to work it out by ear

edit: godamnit i cant spell..
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#5
it starts of in E pentatonic but a 0:20 it changes to Eb pentatonic(blues).
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#6
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it starts of in E pentatonic but a 0:20 it changes to Eb pentatonic(blues).

major or minor?
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#7
like that guys said, he is playing the E pentatonic scale first then the Eb pentatonic. the pentatonic is a minor key. you can play Eb minor or Eb pentatonic, it should sound good either way.
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