L237 Funky Em lick with Bm pentatonic fill

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A example of using the pentatonic scale a fifth above the root – When playing in E minor, use the B minor pentatonic scale. With the E as tonic center you then get the 5th, b7th, root, 9th and 11th when playing the Bm pentatonic scale.


groovedoc said,


May 23, 2009 @ 4:35 am

Very cool. I am having some problems picking up the second part of the groove. I will keep working on it. Do you have it written in tab?


 

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