Relating The Riff To The Scale

Relating The Riff To The Scale

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BOB ARMER Reply

Great stuff.  I only have one question?  Could you end in an A chord instead of an E?

Paul Willson Reply

Very nice practice piece, allows a person to limber up his fingers to begin to play

TDOH5125 Reply

MABEY I’M WRONG, BUT I DON’T THINK YOU MENTIONED WHAT SCALE THIS IS.

erdogan essat Reply

thank you very much nice practice these lesson are great.

Bruce_collins Reply

Nice pentatonic scale  practice.  To use this in the A scale, start at the fifth fret where the root note is and repeat the scale. 
String
 E – Fret 5 then 8
 A – Fret 5 then 7
 D – Fret 5 then 7
G – Fret 5 then 7
B – Fret 5 then 8
E Fret 5 then 8

the notes you are playing make the minor A scale 1 b3 4 5 7 or the notes are A, C, D, E, G

For E it’s E, G, A, B, D which equals 1, b3, 4, 5, 7 – it works everywhere!!

Rienzie Ranatunga Reply

Thanks buddy, Fantastic contribution. We follow you…………
give us a few more of that killer riffs…………
Good luck!

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