G Major Pentatonic Scale Low Position
Our study of the Major Pentatonic Scale begins with G Major.
As always, remember your basics:
⁊ Start slowly
⁊ Play it 10 times, perfectly
⁊ Increase speed slowly
So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at the Major Pentatonic scale.
G Major Pentatonic Scale – Low Position
Remember, this isn’t a race. Strive for accuracy above all else. Increase your speed just two beats (per minute) at a time, playing the scale perfectly ten times in a row before adding another two beats. Learn the low position of this scale before moving to the high position. Yes, I keep writing this – because it’s important.
Practice this scale every day for one week, then review it twice a week for the rest of the month. By then, you’ll have it committed to memory for life!
Aim High – Play Low!
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