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This is a very practical scale, and some of you might have heard of it. Now, everybody remembers a C major scale that we played in first position. If I eliminate degrees number four. What I wind up with is called a major pentatonic scale. Pentatonic scale meaning a five note scale and this is the major pentatonic scale.
And it sounds like this. This is the C major scale. All right, if you remember when we played the scale. Now if I start that scale on the note A, it sounds like this. But before I do that I am going to try to give you some context. Now you might be saying well why do I need to learn this scale? So these scales, they fit really nicely on guitar and most guitarists learn the pentatonic scale sometimes before they even learn major scales.
The idea is what it does, it gives you the ability to create a melody. This is an A minor pentatonic. You can review the video, the fret board maps. You can look at the tab and the notation. And that allows you to get the shapes and sounds directly into your fingers and onto the fret board, and in time the theory will work its way into your playing.
But for now, at least you have the practical use of the material and you can get it directly from the paper onto your fret board and we can get you playing music right away. Explore our Catalog Join for free and get personalized recommendations, updates and offers. Get Started.
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6. Escalas Pentatónicas