In a (potential) new series on my YouTube channel, we're going to check out some must learn guitar licks!
We start with a blazing minor pentatonic lick using (what I call) pentatonic quads.
Pentatonic quads are 4-note groupings that are found in the minor pentatonic box patterns. There are five shapes to memorise (one for each note of the scale that you can start on).
If we can link them up horizontally up the guitar neck, it allows us to move more freely up and down the fretboard. The patterns will work on all the string pairs, EXCEPT strings 3(G) and 2(B) where the shapes will change. But that's for another day!
TABs for the lesson are available to all my supporters on Patreon.
Don’t forget to check out my free eBook ‘Fretboard Mastery’ and, if you’re looking to go deeper into guitar music theory, you should definitely check out my premium video course ‘Guitar Rut Busters: Essential Theory’.