Mastering The Pentatonic Scale EricBlackmonMusic YouTube Series

The Pentatonic Scale is certainly not the most important scale in guitar playing. That position is held by the MAJOR SCALE.  However, the Pentatonic scale is without a doubt the one most used scale for popular music guitar solos. Therefore, if you want to become a good guitar soloist, it’s a good idea to go ahead and get a good handle on the Pentatonic scale. This YouTube video series is designed to help you to not only play the scale, but also to EASILY UNDERSTAND where it comes from, how it is applied to music, and how to make it work for you! This is an ongoing series, so new posts will be added periodically. This series will help you to learn to modify the Pentatonic scale and to expand it into other scales! Let’s get started learning the Pentatonic scale!

Mastering The Pentatonic Scale  Tutorial Series

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About ericblackmonmusic

Eric Blackmon plays multiple musical instruments and teaches music on those instruments daily at EEMusic Music Creation Learning Center in Greenville South Carolina. Eric Blackmon is a YouTube content Creator who posts lessons on these instruments weekly on several YouTube channels including EricBlackmonGuitar which now has over 414,000 subscribers.

Posted on January 1, 2015, in financial support, Guitar lessons, music, My Guitar, simple guitar chords, Support, tutorials, Uncategorized, YouTube and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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