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A Minor Pentatonic Scale
Here's the A Minor Pentatonic Scale. The guitar neck diagram shows you the big picture for the A Minor Pentatonic Scale. It shows you all positions of the scale. The red dots indicate a root note and the black dots indicate a note in the scale. All of the root notes are "A" because this is the A Minor Pentatonic Scale.
The A Minor Pentatonic Scale can be divided into patterns. Any Pentatonic Scale can be divided into patterns. Roll your mouse over the pattern number below to see what the pattern looks like.
All the patterns of the Minor Pentatonic Scale are moveable. That means that once you've learned all 5 patterns all you have to do is shift the patterns up or down depending on what key you want to play. To play the Minor Pentatonic Scale in a certain key first locate the note on the low E string and use pattern 1 as your reference point.
To hear each pattern check out the free A Minor Pentatonic Scale Tab page. On this page there are easy to follow tabs along with audio at three different speeds.
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