The Pentatonic scale is one of the first things we learn on guitar, and it is also a great scale to use on top of Jazz Chords. But there are also a lot of really great melodies and arpeggios that most people don’t use. In fact, it is one of the best ways you can make really melodic sounding licks with large intervals.
In this video, I am going to show some of them and how you can use them in some really great sounding lines and not only try to play Eric Clapton’s licks on maj7 chords.
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More lessons on using the Pentatonic scale in Jazz
01:14 Diatonic Quartal Arpeggios
01:23 II Valt I lick with Quartal pattern
01:35 The Diatonic Triad Exercise
02:22 Another way to play them – More like Holdsworth
02:55 Economy Picking
03:08 Modal m7 lick with this fingering
03:36 Playable Melodic Patterns – A “real” Triad like C major (And Some Economy Picking)
04:33 Using it for a II V I lick
05:07 Playable Melodic Patterns – Based on the Am triad
06:08 Using it for a II V I lick
06:28 A Pentatonic Hack for maj7 chords and a great Bm Pattern
07:24 Open-voiced triads and Quintal Arpeggios
08:04 Making Lines with Large Intervals
08:47 Applying Pentatonic Scales to Jazz Harmonies
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