Minor Pentatonic Scale 2 Notes, 2 Strings Exercise
Blues Guitar & Beyond • 3m 11s
This is an exercise that will help you become more melodic with any scale, so I’d encourage you to give it a shot with any scale you want to learn to use. Pushing yourself toward the edge of your comfort zone is a great way to broaden your improvisational skills, no matter what level they’re at currently.
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