C pentatonic IV

Lesson 4

C major / A minor pentatonic lesson IV

​Put your left hand in the ninth position, it means that the pointer of the left hand is nine fields above the head of the guitar and play the tone D on your sixth string (the thickest) with your second finger (middle finger).  Of course, before this you will have to look which tones belong to the C-pentatonic. Play in the ninth position, and then move the left hand (on the second string) to the 10th position, as it is shown in the video. Pronounce the tones you play or their pitch. You can also play the pentatonic cliche, which is in the short term faster, but in the long run, you will see that you play the same things the whole time and you will get bored. Place the fingers of the left hand as it is shown!

For the later use of the pentatonic it is necessary to separate the basic two notes, C for the Major (6th string, the VIII or octave higher, 4th string field X, the second finger (middle finger) ) and A for the minor (the 5th string, field XII, the fourth finger (pinky))!


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