#1
Has anyone heard of this? i read about it in Guitar Player magazine in an article by Mike Campese.

Basically it's all tones from both the Minor and Major blues scales, the formula being 1, 2 ,b3, 3, 4, b5, 5, 6, b7.

lets use the key of A as our example. So then the notes would be: A, B, C, C#, d, Eb, E, F#, G.

lets use a chord chart to help out also, bolind the Tonics.

e----------------------------------------------------2-4-5---------------------------
B--------------------------------------------2-4-5-----------------------------------
G-------------------------------1-2-3-4-5------------------------------------------
D-------------------1-2-4------------------------------------------------------------
A---------1-2-3-4-------------------------------------------------------------------
E-2-4-5-----------------------------------------------------------------------------


there are also a few exercises for it, i'll make power-tabs for them if you wish.
#2
nice, sounds supernatural.
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#3
so it's pretty much the blues scale with passing tones.

those extra notes are color notes/passing tones. you can also use the diminished 4th/b4 as a passing tone if you play it fast enough. any note can work.

it's easier to think of it that way rather then think of it as a completely new scale
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#4
Mixing minor and major pentonics scales? People have been doing that for decades...

And there's a reason for it, it sounds ace
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