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Electric Bass Lessons: Pentatonic Scales

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So
here's a cool scale, the pentatonic scale.
Now this is the, this is the rock and
roll, the blues scale.
This is the one you hear everybody using.
And normally, as bass players, we don't
take a lot of solos.
But when they ask you to take a solo and
you're playing rock or
blues, the pentatonic scale is gonna be
your best friend.
And I'll show you why.
This is a C pentatonics.
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I'm sure you've heard those notes before.
But you get a lot of players playing using
those, especially in the rock world.
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So again, the scale is just.
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And you'll hear it used in context.
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C pentatonic.
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