#1
Whats a great scale to learn For adding through a penatonic scale.

Lets say In E..
#3
i dont understand the question but you coul add extra notes to the pentatonic the most commonly being the flattened fifth. this would make e minor pentatonic:
e-------------------------------------------------12-15
B-----------------------------------------12-15
G----------------------------12-14-15
D--------------------12-14
A--------12-13-14
E 12-15

The 13 on the A string and the 15 on the G string being the flattened fifth
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Ah very good point. Charlie__flynn, you've out smarted me


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#4
Ill try to clear up the sky,

I meant to combine the notes of another scale with the penatonic scale to get a sweet bunch of tones but keep em seperate in scales
#5
ahh right, well flattened fifth works- gives a very bluesy sound (hence its been coined the blue note)
Any notes from the natural minor will work.
Try chromatic runs (just one note after another like 12-13-14-15-16)
Also these notes if your in E pentatonic then try a run like this:
e17-15-14
B------------15
G----------------16
D--------------------17-14 <<< for this you can use it in any pentatonic just count 2 frets up from your root note and have your first finger there.
hope these help
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