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Jazzman

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Robert, I have a question regarding the small solo at the end of this lesson #2: "Stretching The Blues Lesson #2 - adding Major 6th to Minor Pentatonic"

It starts with the two licks for I and IV. So far ok.
But starting at 09:49 (back to I and then V, IV) I guess you switch to the major pentatonic - is this the case?
This part sounds pretty "sweet" - and so far as I can see, this is the major pentatonic?!

Would be great if you could comment this.

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robert

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Re: Stretching The Blues Lesson #2: Mixing minor and major pentatonic?
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2013, 08:51:30 PM »
No, not really. I just use the A min pentatonic with the added Major 3rd. That last note that comes on the V chord is that Major 2nd (B) - that's what lesson #4 is all about. So to answer your question - A min pentatonic with the Major 3rd and then that B note on the E7.