Great Guitar Blues!!!! ♬♬♬

This is an improvise solo over a backing track where you can apply all pentatonic shapes 1 to 5. Miles Davis said that “there are no wrong notes..” oh well I’ve done a lot of mistakes and wasted so much time trying to play better but hey!! who cares.. I enjoyed playing guitar and that’s it! I think its the key to improving more on this mysterious instrument, just have fun and always be a student. I believe what Mick Goodrick says that after playing guitar professionally for 28 years with some of the best musicians like Pat Metheny “I’ve only just began to scratch the surface of it.” So lets continue to discover more of this instrument and treasure every moment playing it. Enjoy! Study all 5 shapes of pentatonic and then play any blues backing tracks you can find on the internet.. Equipments used: Pac112V YAMAHA, UX2 Line 6 with POD farm plug-ins with a flanger effect, Cubase LE and a NOKIA phone for the video. from wikipedia: Pentatonic scale A pentatonic scale is a musical scale with five notes per octave in contrast to a heptatonic (seven note) scale such as the major scale and minor scale. Pentatonic scales are very common and are found all over the world, including Celtic folk music, Hungarian folk music, West African music, African-American spirituals, Gospel music, American folk music, Jazz, American blues music, rock music, Sami joik singing, children’s song, the music of ancient Greece[2][3] and the Greek traditional music and songs from Epirus, Northwest Greece

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