Key: C Minor
CD: TRACKS 63-76
Will improve your
Minor Pentatonic knowledge
Playing the changes
As the title of this series suggests, we’ll be looking at techniques to get deeper into making ‘Them Changes’ (do you like our Jimi reference?). Our first topic is the Minor Pentatonic scale. This has many uses - some simple, some advanced.
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