Be a Better Acoustic Guitarist: Soloing with Pentatonic Scales
With so many notes on your guitar’s fretboard, it can be hard to know which ones to use to craft a solo. But here’s a little secret: artists like Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, and Duane Allman often used only five notes to create some of the greatest solos of all time, employing the magic of the minor-pentatonic scale and its close relative, the major-pentatonic scale.
Guitarist Andrew DuBrock offers some sound advice on making your solos livelier and more dynamic.
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