A blues scale lesson II
Blues scale is deduced from the so-called minor pentatonic, but another tone (D# or Eb) is added between the third and fourth tone of the pentatonic, which means that a blues scale has six tones!
CAUTION: This tone is NOT THE BLUE NOTE!!!
The BLUE NOTE is a minor third which is played through the major –for example in the Blues or rock and roll in A major you play the tone C (not C#), so you play a small third!!!!
Play the Blues scale in the second position C Major-A Minor pentatonic, as it is shown in the video!