Now we’ll expand the three-note chord shapes and arpeggios to five-note major pentatonic scales, which consist of root-2-3-5-6.
Pattern 1 (C-form)
Pattern 2 (A-form)
Pattern 3 (G-form)
Pattern 4 (E-form)
Pattern 5 (D-form)
D Major Pentatonic in All 5 Patterns
Each pattern lasts for 10 bars.
- Bar 1: Hold the chord
- Bars 2-5: Play the scale
- Bars 6-9: Improvise/noodle
- Bar 10: Hold the chord
- Watch the video
- Play along with the video, though it’ll get messy when we’re both noodling
- Play along with the backing track