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Sequencing Pentatonics - Examples 3: a-b

Richard Lundmark 307 lessons

In this example, I have added an additional note, to change the 3-note pattern into a 4-note one.

You simply play the first note in each 3-note sequence twice. As in the previous examples, try it with both note values.

Another thing to remember is to practice these things in a musical context, not just to a metronome.

All tunes have their own "groove", and over some tempos and grooves one note value will sound better than another. Judge for yourself.

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