Blues Scale

 

If you have any trouble understanding these scales and their applications you should consider getting a personal skype lesson with me to help clear things up.

Comments 16

  1. Xelanderthomas

    Man, that’s a really good lesson. It make it clear and simple. Mastering
    it is up to practice up you make it clear what practice.

  2. Troy Greyham

    Magic. It has finally cliqued, and it makes all the sense in the world now.
    The little trick about sliding down three frets and being in the major
    scale was brilliant. Great lesson

  3. bravo8961

    Thank you so much, you made it so easy, you took your time, you have a lot
    of patience. I’m the kind of person, that has to go very slow, and your
    video helps. That’s half the fun of learning guitar, is to practice. And it
    feels so good when it all starts coming together. So thanks for doing this
    video for us!

  4. Devin Dash

    Poor. The minor pentatonic is not the blues scale. You are forgetting to
    mention the flat 5 which you are playing as a passing tone during your
    bends. I mean this is good on one level because it gets people going but it
    is not accurate. Also what about Dorian, Mixolydian and Phrygian modes?

  5. RonYo BagaDonuts

    Not bad but a little bit of horseshit. he is playing some notes outside of
    the pattern that he is not telling you about but yet make a huge difference
    in how the lead sounds, ie the hammer on with the passing tone. also going
    from the major pent he slides up into the next pattern that he has not
    taught in this lesson. he is not shifting between the major and minor
    pentatonic pattern that he has taught here. but still a decent lesson.

  6. David Taylor

    How do I get the Jamtrack to practice by? You said it was a free download
    but the website wants me to buy a premium membership

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