Welcome to Chapter 4 of our guitar lessons! We’re working with the E pentatonic minor scale again, learning how to play the scale in two different positions, and the fingering patterns you’ll need to use to move between the positions.
We’ll also go over some essential techniques for playing the E pentatonic minor scale, including hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides. These techniques can help you add more expression and emotion to your playing, and create more interesting and dynamic solos and melodies.
It’s important to practice the scale in different keys and positions on the guitar, as well as incorporate different rhythms and phrasing patterns.