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Electric Country Guitar Lessons: Pentatonics Up The Neck: Exercises

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Okay, what we're gonna do now since we've
gone over some of this linear
pentatonic shapes up the neck.
We're gonna incorporate these now
on a little play along exercise.
And we're actually gonna start,
we're gonna start and
we're gonna do three different keys,
we're gonna do G first.
So we're gonna play the pentatonic
shapes along with the chord changes.
We're gonna do G, C, and D, and
I want you to follow along with me here.
We're gonna do the slow
train beat in G and
we're gonna do some
real simple play along.
So we'll be working out of these shapes.
[MUSIC]
And then in C.
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D.
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And then back to G.
[MUSIC]
So everything I'm gonna do is gonna be out
of the box pentatonic
pattern with the whole steps.
So we're gonna play along here in G
on the slow train beat, all right.
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