#1
This may be one of the most stupid questions you have ever read but I don't seem to find the answer, when I am playing over what I think is for example a G major progression I always end up playing G minor pentatonic, because G major pentatonic never fits to the sound.

So the question will be, shouldn't I play G major pentatonic if I am playing over a G mayor progression ?

If somebody knows what is behind all this confusion please explain.
Regards.
#2
you would play an E minor pentatonic over a G Major progression....did G minor pentatonic sound good? cause it shouldnt have....
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#3
Quote by Its_Rock77
you would play an E minor pentatonic over a G Major progression....did G minor pentatonic sound good? cause it shouldnt have....



wait what?


In blues, many artists use the minor pentatonic over major chord progressions.
#4
Yes you are right, now I get it, but should this mean that I am using the key of E minor, instead of using G major ?

I mean, if I am using the E as the root for the licks and riffs shouldn't that mean that the key is E minor, and if I use G as the root for riffs/licks then I moved the key it to G major ?