EDCAG – Playing Over Two Minor Chords – Lesson 36

About EDCAG – Playing Over Two Minor Chords – Lesson 36

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EDCAG – Playing Over Two Minor Chords – Lesson 36

In this lesson we show you how to change between two different Pentatonic scales over their correlating chords in minor.

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Now it’s time to apply all of the same embellishments and techniques as you learned and hopefully created ;) in the major section of the CAGED lessons.

Play along to the backing tracks provided in the “content” menu in the lesson player and take your time to really memorize this stuff!

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Dhananjay Chhettri
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Dhananjay Chhettri how are notes for both the scales same?
Dhananjay Chhettri
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Dhananjay Chhettri how are the notes of both the scales same?
Eva Den Hartog
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Eva Den Hartog The tab is incorrect. I was so confused haha 😉 So Dm pentatonic (the D shape) on position 3, because it relates to the F chord in that position, and Am pentatonic (the A shape) in position 3 gives a relative C chord! I absolutely love learning this, it's amazing! I hope I will be able to use it in the future, now it's just one minute of thinking which shape, and thus pentatonic pattern, to use for the chords 😀
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