#1
I recently bought a backing track cd which came with instructions as to what lead to play over it , it said in this case the chord was in b minor and to use the pentatonic scale in the same pitch , now please excuse the stupidity but i`m assuming i take the E minor pentatonic scale for example and where i started with the root note on the E move it to BFlat , sorry if this isn`t very well explained and totally wrong
yes all six strings buzz !! but it`s unique isn`t it
#2
Thats totally right. The intervals (spaces between the notes) of the minor pentatonic stay the same whatever key you are in, so stick the root on what note you want the key to be and voila!
#3
Not B flat. Just B

The chord is in B minor not B flat minor, which is a fret lower,

You're on the right track but learn your twelve notes (musical alphabet) and the difference between major/minor and sharp/flat.
Hope that helps

*edit*
I knew you just didn't spot it zhilla.
Last edited by JudgeDrey at Jan 8, 2010,
#4
Quote by JudgeDrey
Not B flat. Just B

The chord is in B minor not B flat minor, which is a fret lower,

You're on the right track but learn your twelve notes (musical alphabet) and the difference between major/minor and sharp/flat.
Hope that helps
Good spot - I hadn't even noticed he'd got B minor and Bb mixed up! D'oh (at me).
#5
DOH! yes minor not flat , thanks for the help guys
yes all six strings buzz !! but it`s unique isn`t it