Sequencing Pentatonics - Example 6

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Sequencing Pentatonics - Example 5 Sequencing Pentatonics - Examples 7: a-d

Here is something a bit different. This time I have a lick rather than just a sequence. This one is intended to be played over the turn-around of a funk-blues or jazz-blues, with some altered or substituted chords. Therefore I have included both Mixolydian, Dorian and the whole-tone scale.

Try it out over a backing or tune, and see what you think. Depending on the tempo of course, you'll have to play it with a straight 16-note feel.