Cool F Minor Pentatonic Lick

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Hey, how’s it going this is Gabby Soule with Guitar Control, today I want to show you this league made out with “F minor Pentatonic”. I’m having some blue notes here and the first thing that I’m doing is the kind of arpeggio from F, but instead of playing the 5th of the court I’m playing the 4th instead.

This is more on pentatonic arpeggio; I’m playing the first fret of the sixth string, and then hammer on the first and fourth fret that would be six. Next, I’m going to the fifth string playing the first fret with a smooth down stroke on the first fret of the fourth string.

That would be fretting the fourth string; and playing the same kind of arpeggio. Now I start from the C note on the fifth string, third fret of the fifth string, it would be fifth string on the third fret, then run on the sixth fret of the same string, and sleep on the third fret of the fourth and third of the third string then upstroke, the fifth fret of the third string, then I’m going back and down the scale like the tonic scale, but with some blue helps here.

Playing fifth, fourth, and third of the third string, then going to the fourth string on the third fret on the fourth fret. Now, I’m going to do the full string playing with the fourth and first finger, I’m doing this kind of fret, third fret fourth string on the third fret. I am playing this a flat on the fourth fret of the sixth string with a hammer on from the fourth to the sixth fret, and then from the third fret of the fifth string, I’m playing b-flat, I mean the sixth fret of the fifth string and all the scale in the third fret of the fourth string. I hope you’ll have a great time playing this.

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