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Lesson 6: Adjacent Shapes

 

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Minor Pentatonic Scale

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In this section, we're going to look at how we explore two adjoining scale shapes at once. Here are the two scale shapes we're going to combine. Notice, we're still playing the same five notes, just finding them in different positions on the fretboard.

Here is an example in the style of Randy Rhoads in the key of F# minor.

The notes in the F# minor Pentatonic Scale are: F# - A - B - C# - E - F#
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