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Learn to play a blues type rhythm and lead song. The song uses three positions of the pentatonic scale.
Here’s the tablature for the lead part.
Notice how I jump to the 10th fret for the D chord and the12th fret for the E chord. This is why it is important to learn the pentatonic scale in all the positions.
It is highly recommend to purchase an inexpensive drum machine and recorder. You can find a 8 track recorder for around a hundred fifty bucks. Lay down the drums, play a progression and improvise a lead. This is one of the quickest ways to become a better guitar player.
Check out the Am pentatonic scale in the root note fret, at the D position and the E position.
In this lead you will come across bending, hammer ons and pull offs. Listen here Am blues type rhythm and lead