Uncle Tim's Pentatonic ScalesUncle Tim's Pentatonic Scales For Guitar

Uncle Tim's standard Pentatonic Scales will open the world of lead guitar for rock music to anyone who uses this eBook.

Pentatonic Scales - Key of A MinorStandard pentatonic scales are the backbone of rock lead guitar and their uses are almost plentiful as the music using them.

These pentatonic scales are derived from diatonic scales and are exactly the same except for the deletion of the fourth and seventh degree of the major diatonic scale. The result is a five note scale that is suitable for soloing over diatonic chords which is how they are mostly used.

One Signature To Rule Them All

C Major Pentatonic ScaleThese scales are built on the standard formula for pentatonic scales. The interesting fact of pentatonic scales that allow them to work over such as variety of musical material is the spacing of the notes. The spacing is such that even a scale run without alteration will fit nicely over basic chords. Each note is at least a whole step apart and sometimes a step and a half. This kind of interval makes a scale run resemble a lead statement because the notes are so far apart. You cannot do this with a diatonic scale and get nearly the same results.

Ad when you take the time to really work with the scales, beautiful melody lines are within the reach of the budding guitarist. So this make the pentatonic scales a logical place to try your hand at lead guitar solos.

But comparing the Diatonic and Pentatonic signatures you can open up an entire new level of theoretical thinking. Being able to look at key wide expression at a glance allows for a deeper understanding with greater uses at your fingertips. Visual pictures like this are easy, fast and complete. You can even reference these graphics in the middle of a song and then get right back to work. This visual framework work!

When you combine Pentatonic Scales with Uncle Tim's Diatonic Triads you create a big palette for song and lead line creation

Remember that in Uncle Tim's Diatonic Triads we are going to take this diatonic twelve fret signature and split in into four three string sets and start pulling out the chord progressions in the diatonic minor key. These are the standard triads used to build songs in western keys.

They set the stage for someone to play lead lines using pentatonic scales over chord progressions created out of diatonic keys. This is one of the most common variants found in musical circles for song creation today. You could call this the standard palette. Combine diatonic chords with pentatonic scales in and diatonic scales and you have a full set of tools for song creation.

Root Inversion Diatonic Triad Cascades

All of Uncle Tim's eBooks are constructed using the Circle of Fifths

The Circle of Fifths

When you use any of Uncle Tim's eBooks you will always progress through each key by way of the Circle of Fifths. This is how music is created using a key based approach and these chords are created by applying the rules of theory to the key of C major using Uncle Tim's unique visual method.

The Circle of Fifths starts out with the key of C major and proceeds by building each scale. We progress through the same sequence when creating cascades based on the scale. This is a very good way to tie this information into other information about each key that you already know. So you can expand your knowledge and begin to tie everything together.

And these triad cascades offer excellent practice for finger gymnastics. They go nicely with scale practice too.

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Remember each and every eBook is covered by Uncle Tim's incredible guarantee that you must love this eBook or you can return it at any time for a full refund. We really believe in this method and believe anyone who uses it will grow into the full benefits of seeing music visually and in context with the rules that create it. Over time seeing music this way and help you to become musically grounded. Soon everything begins to fit into place and form a complete understanding of key based music.

If you are looking for a way to introduce new chords into your playing, Uncle Tim's first Inversion triads can give you the lift you are looking for. Try an eBook today and begin the incredible journey with Uncle Tim.

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