14 January 2009

Minor Pentatonic Lead Positions Exercises

Minor pentatonic scales are one of the most widely used in blues and rock music. The Rock House Blog recently offered a useful post that will teach you five minor pentatonic lead patterns along the fretboard.

These patterns are useful to any guitarist interested in learning some lead guitar skills.

They will develop your fluency in moving around the fretboard as they teach you positions that move up and down it. Horizontal patterns like these give you more options to break out of the vertical scale boxes you might be familiar with.

View Multi-position Pentatonic Lead Patterns.

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