E Minor Pentatonic Scale For Bass Guitar – Two Octaves

The keys of E and E minor – or a mashup of both – are arguably the most used keys in Rock and heavier music. (Even if you de-tune a half or whole step, you’re playing in the position that would be E on a standard tuned instrument.) And it’s fair to say that the Em pentatonic scale is at the heart of a significant majority of rock riffage. Therefore, it’s probably a really good idea to learn the E minor pentatonic scale early, and study its potential for your entire career as a bassist.

Here then is a look at the Em pentatonic scale in two octaves.

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