Pentatonic Minor Guitar Scale Continued

Author: Ed Cupler

The other 4 positions

The Pentatonic minor scale has five scale positions. The first position can be seen in the lesson “Pentatonic Minor Scale“. This lesson contains the remaining 4 positions of this scale.
The notes are still the same five from the previous lesson (A C D E and G), only the starting position changes and the order of the intervals. As always, once you’ve learned the patterns you should practice them with a metronome. Also, it’s a good idea to say the notes as you play through each scale pattern to become more familiar with the notes on the fretboard.

The following guitar scale examples are in the key of A minor.

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Position #2

Pentatonic Minor Guitar Scale in A – Position #2

Pentatonic minor guitar scale tablature
Pentatonic minor guitar scale pattern 2

Position #3

Pentatonic Minor Guitar Scale in A – Position #3

Pentatonic minor guitar scale tablature
Pentatonic minor guitar scale pattern 3

Position #4

Pentatonic Minor Guitar Scale in A – Position #4

Pentatonic minor guitar scale tablature
Pentatonic minor guitar scale pattern 4

Position #5

Pentatonic Minor Guitar Scale in A – Position #5

Pentatonic minor guitar scale tablature
Pentatonic minor guitar scale pattern 5

Position Notes

Guitar Lesson Notes:

  1. The Pentatonic minor scale has five scale positions.
  2. After you’ve learned the patterns, practice them using a metronome.
  3. Say the notes as you play through each scale pattern.

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