When playing blues guitar one can get stucked in the blues scale and the common minor pentatonic scale. To develop and go further from that the minor 6th pentatonic scale is a good choice and when you put in the 9th tone to it you have a new palette to use to your blues playing.
Guitar scales and Modes
Showing 1 news added today, Jul 25, 2017
That’s all, folks!
if you want older lessons, keep scrolling
In this lesson I will show five major pentatonic tricks.
This lesson will help you make your first serious steps in more lateral improvising and soloing on the fingerboard.
Pentatonics are great, but can become a little predictable.
Learning new scales doesn't have to be complicated
Bored with learning box patterns? Want an easier way to visualise the fretboard? In this lesson you’ll find out how to use octaves to learn the major scale quicker and easier.
In this lesson we will work on a very simple concept that creates ideas that sound a lot more complex that they really are.
Make learning new scales more fun and more effective with these 6 steps!
How often do you look at a guitar player in awe and think to yourself "Wow, they are amazing. What is their secret?" Well, you'll learn that there is no big secret.
Also known as "Gypsy Minor" or "Double Harmonic Minor" this scale produces a fantastic sound for building both melodic lines and chord harmonies.
Have you often wondered what you can do to spice up your solos?