#1
hey, i was just listening to some b.b king stuff, and was wondering what some good scales are to work on for riffing/solo/and improvising off blues?
ive got a minor pentatonic down, which works nicely, but is there anything more versatile that I can use to write some blues riffs with?
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#3
Theres such a thing as a blues scale, man.
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#4
pentatonic major, minor, pentatonic blues scale
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Mjor blues scale, minor and maj pentatonics...can't go wrong!
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#7
Do you really have a minor pentatonic "down"? As in do you know it across the whole fretboard and know the notes it contains and how it relates to the major scale?
If not then stick with the minor pentatonic as you've still got a hell of a lot to learn...you've barely scratched the surface.
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