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matt8675  
8 Feb 2012 16:00 | Quote
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How do i mix together pentatonic scales and regular major scales. For example If i play a g maj chord do i play an e minor pentatonic or g minor? Can someone explain please?
DarkRiff  
8 Feb 2012 18:07 | Quote
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It would be E minor.

Minor and Major pentatonic scales are the same essentially just with different root notes.

G major = E minor, C Major = A minor, etc...
gshredder2112  
8 Feb 2012 21:08 | Quote
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Try this bro.

http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/chords-to-scale.php

Go to a gmaj chord,and push add. then all will be reavealed...
RA  
8 Feb 2012 21:20 | Quote
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e minor pent for strict playing (not leaving the base scale). However, you would need to play more of course as G major would establish a G key. I'm assuming you get this.

Playing G minor (pent) over G major is a "minor over majors" soloing theory used a lot (pent) in your rockish blues or bluesish rock. Heavily found in Chicago blues around WWII (bit before bit after) and adopted by many influenced 1960s-70s rockers and here after.
matt8675  
9 Feb 2012 15:21 | Quote
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Alright thanks!
MoshZilla1016  
9 Feb 2012 17:17 | Quote
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RA says:
Playing G minor (pent) over G major is a "minor over majors" soloing theory used a lot (pent) in your rockish blues or bluesish rock. Heavily found in Chicago blues around WWII (bit before bit after) and adopted by many influenced 1960s-70s rockers and here after.
+1
Playing around with black gospel, no racial slur-that's just what it's called, I find I am able to do this A LOT. I will use Maj Pent and min Pent within the same solo to get that blues sound. This is really effective over 7th chords with Maj Progressions.


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