Ken's Corner: Mastering The Pentatonics Print
Thursday, 07 February 2008 09:05
kenv.jpgIn today's video lesson, Ken Volpe demonstrates and explains how to play a different Pentatonic scale form within one position to match each chord. For the D major chord you play B Pentatonic Form 1 at the 7th fret. Then for the A minor chord you play A Pentatonic Form 2 at the 8th fret. Then for the G major chord you play E Pentatonic Form 4 at the 7th fret. Once again, the point of this lesson is to learn how to start playing different scale forms in one position. We're sure you'll enjoy this lesson from blues and rock guitar master Ken Volpe.

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Ken's Corner