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Modal Improvising on Guitar Using the CAGED System (Minor - Aeolian)

Organize the guitar fret board in a minor perspective in the most complete and comprehensive way using the CAGED system.

The Minor Pentatonic Scale Using the CAGED System on Guitar

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In this lesson we are going to learn the 5 minor pentatonic scale shapes simply by adding 2 notes to the minor triad chord shapes we learned in the first lesson.

Introduction

Each one of the minor triad chords were built off of the 1,b3,5. In the key of Dm, the 1 is D the b3 is F and the 5 is A.

The minor pentatonic scale is made by adding 2 more notes and we end up with a formula 1 b3 4 5 b7.

Note 'Penta' means 5, thus we have a 5 note scale. 

This lesson gives insight as to how these scale shapes are constructed and how to piece them together, giving the ability to see the scale all through the guitar fret board. 

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    In this lesson we are going to learn the 5 minor pentatonic scale shapes simply by adding 2 notes to the minor triad chord shapes we learned in the first lesson.

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