A Mixed Pentatonic Lick
One important key to becoming a more versatile blues soloist is learning to combine the minor pentatonic and major pentatonic scales to create guitar lines that go beyond the minor pentatonic scale. This lick is broken up into 4 sets t show you how you can use notes from both the minor pentatonic scale as well as the major pentatonic scale to build phrases for soloing.
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