G Major Pentatonic Lick

So you’ve learned a pentatonic scale and you’re ready to start playing your own solos. Unfortunately, it can be difficult at first to make the notes you are playing sound more like a proper lick and less like a scale. In this lesson, Jody Worrell will show you how to mix intervals, change note durations, and use a variety of techniques to create an interesting lick. We’ll pull notes just from the G Major Pentatonic scale and play them over a loop of a G Major chord groove. To learn more, watch our extended lessons on soloing with the Am Pentatonic and G Major Pentatonic scales that are available exclusively as part of our premium membership plan. You can access these lessons and over 500 more during our 7 day free trial.

 

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Take a test drive of our premium membership plan with a free 7 day trial and access six new extended lessons on soloing using the pentatonic scale. Jody will teach you how to play each of the solos in detail and then you’ll have the chance to jam along with the backing track. Each premium lesson contains the streaming video instruction along with downloadable PDFs of the tab and mp3 jam tracks. When you’re ready, you’ll also be able to watch hundreds of lessons covering solos in the style of B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and more (full list).

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