The Minor-Pentatonic-Scale - Pattern 3/5

minor pattern

Like the first patterns we stay in the keytone G. And the third pattern on the fingerboard looks like this (see below):

Practise: Play the pattern from the the high E-string to the low E-string and back

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Pattern Exercise

p pattern

Now you know the first three patterns. Practise them, until you can play them easily and smoothly!

Practise: Move the patterns on the fingerboard into other keys!

Now we take a look how the patterns can be connected on the fingerboard

1 = Notes from Pattern 1
2 = Notes from Pattern 2
1/2 = common notes from Pattern 1 and 2.
3 = Notes from Pattern 3
2/3 = common notes from Pattern 2 and 3

|--1--|-----|------|-1/2-|-----|-2/3-|-----|--3--|-----|
|--1--|-----|------|-1/2-|-----|-2/3-|-----|-----|--3--|
|--1--|-----|--1/2-|-----|-2/3-|-----|-----|--3--|-----|
|--1--|-----|--1/2-|-----|-----|-2/3-|-----|--3--|-----|
|--1--|-----|--1/2-|-----|-----|-2/3-|-----|--3--|-----|
|--1--|-----|------|-1/2-|-----|-2/3-|-----|--3--|-----|

Practise both patterns alone and in connection on the fingerboard!


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