Mixing Major and Minor Pentatonic Scales
Published on 20 May 2016
FREE Finger Exercises Click HERE: https://guitarzoom.com/5mmf If you have never combined both Major and Minor Pentatonic scales together (often called the "hybrid" or "dominant" scale), this is an AWESOME and EASY way to really make your solos sound more bluesy. I used to always play "major", then switch to "minor" and so on, but when I learned how to combine them TOGETHER, my solos began to really sound authentic. Thanks for visiting our page! We hope this video helps you in your learning! http://www.guitarzoom.com Have questions? Want to hang with an awesome group of guitar players? Sign up at the GuitarZoom Community Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1443585209237823/ # major guitar scale # guitar minor scale # Pentatonic Scales guitar riff guitar licks tabs guitar link guitar pick maker guitar licks definition what does guitar licks mean blues guitar riff licks meaning guitar riff tabs guitar riff generator guitar riff sound effect acoustic guitar riff guitar riff wiki blues guitar riff easy guitar riff guitar riff meaning guitar chords how to play guitar guitar tuner guitar songs guitar brands guitar notes how to play guitar for kids how to play guitar for beginners how to play acoustic guitar how to play guitar youtube how to play guitar chords guitar chords how to play guitar songs how to play electric guitar
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