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Fundamentals IV introduces Pentatonic Scales, shows how they are expanded into patterns that cover the entire fingerboard, and how they are used to construct leads in various keys.
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Ha-Ha! I'm really enjoying the "petatonic" lesson. (Checkout the link names.) Are there dog and cat modes of these scales covered in another lesson? (I couldn't resist.) MarcW
written by mweston, October 10, 2014
Look at the lesson on Melissa (Allman Bros) for the attachment on Pentatonics Scales that should probably be attached to this lesson.
written by suziko, July 09, 2012
Can't get Pentatonic V to play. Pentatonic 4 plays twice.
written by ronblue, January 03, 2011
I got it, part 4 explains it, so much information, guess I missed it!:)
written by a guest, October 13, 2010
Oh gosh, I really thought I got everything, but then you started talking about a 6th pattern, I'm sorry, but there you lost me...I thought there were five, each starting on one of the five notes of the pentatonic scale, what am I missing? Or is one and six the same pattern?