#3
natural minor(aeolian),harmonic minor and phrygian dominant work well with the minor pentatonic
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#4
The minor pentatonic IS a scale.
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The minor pentatonic IS a scale.


Yup, I Know.. But im asking what scales are nice to Take with some inprovising that sounds great with minor Pena
#6
I don't follow the question, you don't really use scales "together", you're either using one or the other. Obviously with the minor pentatonic being a simplified form of the natural minor that means your technically always using it when you use the natural minor scale so that should be where you look next logically.
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#7
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I don't follow the question, you don't really use scales "together", you're either using one or the other. Obviously with the minor pentatonic being a simplified form of the natural minor that means your technically always using it when you use the natural minor scale so that should be where you look next logically.


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also, the minor penatonic is the minor scale with the 2nd and 6th degrees omitted (if OP wants to know how its part of it).