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The 3 MOST Common Chords on Ukulele!

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25 Led Zeppelin Riffs (IN ONE TAKE!)

 

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1. How Many More Times
2. Communication Breakdown
3. Whole Lotta Love
4. Good Times, Bad Times
5. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
6. The Lemon Song
7. Four Sticks
8. Darlene
9. Over the Hills and Far Away
10. The Wanton Song
11. Immigrant Song
12. Custard Pie
13. Black Dog
14. Rock ‘n’ Roll
15. Misty Mountain Hop
16. Heartbreaker
17. Livin’ Lovin’ Maid
18. Out on the Tiles
19. Stairway to Heaven
20. Tangerine
21. Hey Hey What Can I Do
22. Houses of the Holy
23. The Ocean
24. Kashmir
25. Moby Dick

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Connecting the Pentatonic Patterns

What’s up guys!? ¬†Today I wanted to give ya something that is HIGHLY effective if you’ve been playing around with the pentatonic patterns for a bit. ¬†Listed below are two diagrams that will show you how the pros often connect all the different patterns. ¬†Be sure you are comfortable with ALL the patterns first. ¬† Enjoy!

The Minor Pentatonic scale is one of the most widely used scales in improvisation in every musical style so it makes sense to know it well all over the guitar neck. When it comes to moving beyond the first pattern learned the next step is usually to introduce five overlapping patterns, each staying strictly in position on the neck. In reality, most Blues and Rock soloists connect these positions in very repeatable ways creating just two patterns that cover the entire neck. These are shown below in the key of A:

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