Guitar Scales Lesson – The 5 Positions of the Minor Pentatonic Scale – blues scale

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  1. JAFFACAKE70 says:

    @patsyohulaghan take note to blues music and try and mess around in each position then try and go linking them

    and culture some blues songs wouldnt hurt since they nearly all use some kind of blues scale

  2. lebronjahval23 says:

    helo marty how to apply minor pentatonic to the song of metallica hope that yuo will help me.to this question send me to my send by e-mail lebronjahval@yahoo.com

  3. MrWick77 says:

    marty thanx so much….spend many hours with you every week….your teaching style has been so helpful…questions i have all through a lesson are usually answered before lesson is over….awesome…you’ve really re-inspired me…thanx again

  4. TheKeitharoon says:

    @downwithGEICO not talking about scales scheme

  5. sammydems says:

    @colter306 It’s a note outside of the normal pentatonic scale that makes tension in your lick. Usually it’s a flat 4th, if you know anything about scales. The tension that it produces is very nearly always resolved by the root note, which ends up sounding fantastic, especially at the end of a bar. You can find out how to use the blues clarification by googling them.

  6. colter306 says:

    how do you define what a blues note is?

  7. CrustyFingaz26 says:

    thanks man

  8. theTHANEshow says:

    Although I didn’t know any of that YET. It was still sweet damn entertaining just watch you climb those positions. So smooth!

  9. peteq1972 says:

    The scale shapes can be played anywhere on the neck, right? not just how they’re shown all the way down the neck like you could play the 4th shape at fret 3 ?

  10. peteq1972 says:

    How the hell do you learn all these different scales, and then not confuse them and mix them up, and know where you are all the time? :(

  11. MrTomas112 says:

    hey. what’s your practice routine? Your scales played up and down sounds better than my solos :D

  12. stephmc111 says:

    how the hell do you play that so quick

  13. mexstrat96 says:

    This video is fucking GREAT! Ive been tiresome to learn this on my own but it help so much!

  14. downwithGEICO says:

    marty marty!  Marty! marty marty! over here over here! marty!
    ooh yes finally ahem:
    …um…
    uh…
    hi?

  15. downwithGEICO says:

    @TheKeitharoon its a pentatonic scale it still counts

  16. TheKeitharoon says:

    question i was playing bluese G F D chords and my friend keeps saying its in the key of C how is this possible when im not playing C

  17. DQSatisfy says:

    please teach me tablature guitar

  18. patsyohulaghan says:

    Will you please make a video on how to really use the pentatonic scale please !…like how to do all them cool small tricks and pull offs etc. that you do…when I try to do it , it sounds like shit ! please man :)

  19. italoco says:

    MARTY THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS THANKS !!!

  20. erpenni says:

    thank you so much I have been tiresome to learn my scales and this was the first time I found out that the Am scale was in more than 2 locations thanks again

  21. twixandhawk says:

    @ihop54 alright cool het thanks

  22. grabersm says:

    Marty, you should do an ADVANCED Hotel California lesson with an arrangement for two 6 string guitars.

  23. taulbeeno7 says:

    more bob dylan

  24. gnawy113 says:

    thumbs up for marty’s favourite blue pick that shows very nearly in every video !!

    ^^

  25. Brocnasty says:

    @beatles6666666 humbucker pickups

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