Blues Lick with Pentatonic Scale in B Minor

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Blues Lick with Pentatonic Scale in B Minor -- Blues Guitar Lesson

Blues Lick with Pentatonic Scale in B Minor - Blues Guitar Lesson

Hey, how’s it going I’m with Guitar Control, bringing you this video lesson with a “Lick in the Key of B”. It’s not actually B minor, or B major I mean it’s a something in between those. I played with this shape in the seventh fret of the sixth string very common shape, and I played basically with my first and fourth finger. You can figure it with any other fingers you feel more comfortable with.

I’m starting with a band in the third string with my third finger and playing this ninth fret with my third finger and held this finger with first and second in the same strings. I do a little bar at the first, and second string is the seventh fret, after that I play second string, I do seven, and ten, then I do it again.

This band in the first finger on the ninth fret third string, with my fourth finger a plate is t9 and sam-7 favorite and what I do is pick chance in the ninth fret. When I’m doing some pull off in between the ninth and the tenth, then I go to the fourth string and I go a little bar with my third finger. Now, I’m playing the fifth string and the fret, but I’m going to pull off between the eighth and the tenth fret so it goes like this. Next, fret the sixth string which is the D and bend it a little bit, not really a dish sharp but just the right so it goes like this. I think it will sound quite fine, so I’ll play it slowly, and that’s it.

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