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C Major Pentatonic Licks - Peter Vogl
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C Major Pentatonic Licks - Peter Vogl  (4/4 - Key C)

Lick 1
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MAJOR (Box 1)
    __ _      ___ 
   |  | | |  |   |  |
e|--------------------|
B|--------------------|
G|------5-7b-7br(7)-5-|
D|-5h-7---------------|
A|--------------------|
E|--------------------|

Lick 2
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MAJOR (Box 4)
     __           
    |  |  |   |  |
e|-----------15-----|
B|----13-15b----15b-|
G|s14---------------|
D|------------------|
A|------------------|
E|------------------|

Lick 3
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MAJOR (Box 1 Extended)
    _ _     _ __ 
   | | | | | |  | |
e|----------------8-|
B|-----------8-10---|
G|-------5-9--------|
D|---5-7------------|
A|s7----------------|
E|------------------|
        
 
 
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C Major Pentatonic Licks - Peter Vogl
C Major Pentatonic Licks is a free lesson by Peter Vogl on playing electric guitar licks over a rock ballad. The video covers three licks that were created using three different positions of the C Pentatonic Scale. After teaching you the licks, Peter will demonstrate them over track 7, Rock Ballad in C, of the Let's Jam! Hard Rock.

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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 10/26/2016
Updated: 12/8/2016
Tab By: willc
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