Volume 11 Lessons
This volume of online guitar lessons covers the Major Pentatonic scale, applying the major pentatonic scale, and major, minor, and dominant 7 arpeggios.
Pentatonic Major Scale
In this lesson we will learn the Pentatonic Major scale and discuss how it can be used. The pentatonic major scale is a 5 note scale with a major 3rd giving it a more upbeat sound than the pentatonic minor.
Some Major Pentatonic Riffs
In this lesson we will learn and examine some licks and riffs using the Major Pentatonic scale.
Pentatonic Major Chops Exercise
In this lesson we will learn a few exercises that will help build your chops and get more familiar with the Pentatonic Major Scale.
Relative Pentatonic Major and Minor
In this lesson we will discover how Pentatonic Major and Minor are related and how we can use this relation to move around the neck and expand our lead vocabulary.
More Pentatonic Major Licks
In this lesson we will learn some examples of how to use the relative pentatonic minor scale to expand our major pentatonic licks.
Blue Sky by the Allman Brothers
In this lesson we will learn and study the song "Blue Sky" by the Allman Brothers. This song exemplifies the use of the Pentatonic Major scale.
Song Difficulty: 5
In this lessons we will discuss and learn some Major triad arpeggios.
Dominant Seventh Arpeggios
In this lesson we will discuss and learn Dominant 7th Arpeggios.