Ever get fed up of learning pentatonic box patterns? Use our iron-clad formula
to play the whole scale, all over the neck, with just one simple pattern.
That's really all there is to it - just one shape!
Not only does this method make you learn the scale much quicker, it also helps you USE it more effectively. Why?
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to super-charge your skills by applying this same method to a whole host of other scales and sounds. We think it's awesome, and we'd love to know what you think!
- You're encouraged to see the fretboard not is a bunch of vertical patterns, but as a selection of boxes that move down AND across. This greatly improves your fretboard vision.
- Each octave is now clear, so it's easy to move your licks higher up the neck into new positions.
- Learn to play well in the box in a single position and you can quickly transfer your skills to the box all over the neck, making it much quicker to learn how to play great solos.
- You know exactly where the root note is at all times, making your solos more melodic and allowing you to start/end phrases and solos more easily.
To give you some inspiration and fire up your excitement, here are five guitar players who use the pentatonic scale to maximum effect. Once you've got the scale down, try learning some of their licks and seeing how they fit into the pattern! Some of them combine the pentatonic scale with other notes too, to create some really nice effects.