#1
http://www.justinguitar.com/en/AR-002-Minor7arp.php


. This is what justin says are arrpegiated patterns. How can I use these? And there so much like pent. Why not just use pent instead. I'm looking to add things to my solos. Instead of just pent scales.
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#2
A minor pentatonic scale has the intervals of 1, b3, 4, 5 and b7, right? A minor-seventh chord has the intervals 1, b3, 5 and b7. So, that's why it looks like a pentatonic pattern.
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#3
Quote by silly6-string
http://www.justinguitar.com/en/AR-002-Minor7arp.php


. This is what justin says are arrpegiated patterns. How can I use these? And there so much like pent. Why not just use pent instead. I'm looking to add things to my solos. Instead of just pent scales.


What are you doing about learning Major scales and Natural Minor scales?

What do you know about triads and chord tones?

Arpeggiated patterns are basically triads and sometimes 7ths, and you use them to highlight a chord that it's playing over or to imply the movement of chords in a key. They can also be used to define a particular melody based close to the triad.

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Sean