Chapter 2 The A minor pentatonic and A blues scales – single-string patterns
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Chapter 2: The A minor pentatonic and A blues scales – single-string patterns
In this lesson Andy shows you how to play the A minor pentatonic and A blues scales up and down each individual string, which is a device Allman would employ in his improvisations, as a way to break out of any given positions and “wander” up and down the neck freely. Andy also demonstrates how “groups-of-three” melodic patterns can be played on one string in conjunction with the use of finger slides and pull-offs in the creation of “slippery” legato licks.
Blues Rock, Rock
alternate picking, finger slides, position shifts, pull-offs, scales, vibrato