Major Pentatonic - Intro
Find the Major Pentatonic Intro below.
- E shape
Major Pentatonic E shape
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- A shape
Major Pentatonic A shape
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- D shape
Major Pentatonic D shape
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- G shape
Major Pentatonic G shape
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- C shape
Major Pentatonic C shape
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- Connect Shapes
Connect Major Pentatonic Shapes
- Cycle Of 4ths
Major Pentatonic Cycle Of 4ths
Major Pentatonic Improvisation
Learn how to play the Major Pentatonic scale!
The most common misconception when soloing with the major pentatonic is that you can use the same shapes as you do in minor, you just move the shape down three frets.
This has never and will never sound right and consequently very few guitar players can solo in major, let alone freely improvise!
Learn more about the ins and outs of the major pentatonic scale in the Guitar Conspiracy (a part of The Spy Tunes Method).
Practice the Major pentatonic
- To learn the major pentatonic shapes, practice the exercises as demonstrated in the video lessons.
- Take control over your routine using the video exercises and the Work Book.
- Put the major pentatonic scales to work using Blues Jam Tracks and 2 Chord Loops.
All these eBooks are included in The Spy Tunes Method!