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Three Extended Pentatonic Licks - Peter Vogl
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Three Extended Pentatonic Licks - Peter Vogl  (4/4 - Key A)

Lick 1:
-------
MINOR (Box 1)
        _              __ __
       | |   |   |  | |  |  |   |
e|-------5-|------------------|-------
B|---------|-8b-(8)-5---------|-------
G|---------|----------7b-7p-5-|-------
D|---------|------------------|-7-----
A|---------|------------------|-------
E|---------|------------------|-------

Lick 2:
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MINOR (Box 1 extended)
    _   _            _ _ _   __ _ __     _
   | | | |  |  |    | | | | |  | |  |   | | | | |
e|----------------|-------------------|-----------|
B|----------------|------------5------|-----------|
G|----------------|-----5-7-7b---7b-7-|-5---------|
D|----------------|-5-7---------------|---7-------|
A|-----3-5s-7-(7)-|-------------------|-----------|
E|-3-5------------|-------------------|-----------|

Lick 3:
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MINOR (Box 4)
           __ 
   |    | |  |  |     |
e|-10b-10-8-------|-------
B|----------10-10-|-(10)--
G|----------------|-------
D|----------------|-------
A|----------------|-------
E|----------------|-------


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Key E (Transposed - Original Key A):
-----

Lick 1:
------
MINOR (Box 1)
                _              _ _     _   _   _   _
               | |   |  |   | | | |   | | | | | | | |
e|---------------0-|----------------|-----------------|
B|-----------------|-3b(3)--0-------|-----------------|
G|-----------------|----------2b2p0-|-----------------|
D|-----------------|----------------|-2(2)------------|
A|-----------------|----------------|-----------------|
E|-----------------|----------------|-----------------|


Lick 2:
------
MINOR (Box 1 extended)

    _ _ _   _ _ _     _ _ _    __ __ _      _   _   _   _ 
   | | | | | | | |   | | | |  |  |  | |    | | | | | | | |
e|-----------------|-------------7-------|-----------------|
B|-----------------|-----8-10-10b--10b10-|-8---------------|
G|-----------------|-7-9-----------------|---9(9)----------|
D|-----5-7s9-------|---------------------|-----------------|
A|-5-7-------------|---------------------|-----------------|
E|-----------------|---------------------|-----------------|


Lick 3:
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MINOR (Box 4)
            _         _   _   _   _ 
   |   |   | | |     | | | | | | | |
e|-5b--5---3-------|-----------------|
B|-----------5-5---|(5)--------------|
G|-----------------|-----------------|
D|-----------------|-----------------|
A|-----------------|-----------------|
E|-----------------|-----------------|
        
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Three Extended Pentatonic... - Peter Vogl
Three Extended Pentatonic Licks - Peter Vogl
Am Pentatonic Licks by Peter Vogl will teach you how to play over a standard minor blues progression. This free video lesson uses a blues backing track.

You'll start by learning the Am Pentatonic Scale in both the first position and the extended version. The most widely used position is called 1st position because the first note of the scale is an A, the tonic of the scale, and it starts on the 6th string.

Peter teachs you three different licks using notes from the scale. Practice each lick along with the backing track so you can hear it in context.

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Three Extended Pentatonic... - Peter Vogl




Three Extended Pentatonic... - Peter Vogl
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 12/8/2012
Tab By: willc
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