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***Minor Home - Major Home - Small - Big - Small*** - Pentatonic Tip

Here's a useful tip for getting your Pentatonic Scale all over the neck with the least effort!
Thanks, gonna try it out, I still need to learn the minor versions better. I went over the Major Pentatonic Scales the other day, I think I remember them good enough. I only knew the Am Pentatonic shape and thought that was it up until I started the lessons here, lolz. This guy told me one time " that's all you need" xD Almost forgot, I tried 2 Tanglewood acoustics the other day at the local shop, they just came in. They were priced well I think and played/sounded really good, the Harmonics were great too! He said one was a Hard-Top, no idea what that is, but it looked like an expensive one to me, cause the Head/Neck.
 
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Thanks, gonna try it out, I still need to learn the minor versions better. I went over the Major Pentatonic Scales the other day, I think I remember them good enough. I only knew the Am Pentatonic shape and thought that was it up until I started the lessons here, lolz. This guy told me one time " that's all you need" xD Almost forgot, I tried 2 Tanglewood acoustics the other day at the local shop, they just came in. They were priced well I think and played/sounded really good, the Harmonics were great too! He said one was a Hard-Top, no idea what that is, but it looked like an expensive one to me, cause the Head/Neck.

The Major & Minor Pentatonic are really the exact same scale shape, it's just about where you place it - If you start the scale from the 2nd note of the Minor Shape you're automatically starting from the Major shape (If that makes sense) So the 2nd note in that A minor shape that you know gives you the beginning note of the C Major shape - So the A minor shape will work over a C Major chord/Key as well as an A minor chord/Key - This is because they share all the same notes and are relatives of each other
 

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