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Chapter 7: Combining and transposing minor and major pentatonic licks

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Chapter 7: Combining and transposing minor and major pentatonic licks

This chapter explores Page’s use of triplet and sextuplet rhythms in lead licks and way in which he’ll often combine or alternate between parallel minor and major pentatonic scales within the same solo or phrase (for example, A minor pentatonic and A major pentatonic) in songs like “Heartbreaker” and “Black Dog.” Also covered are the guitarist’s use of oblique string bends to create pedal steel-like effects.

Genre:

Artist, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock

Difficulty:

Intermediate

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

alternate picking, bends, finger slides, hammer-ons, position shifts, pull-offs, scales, vibrato

Artist:

Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin

Run Time:

3:26


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