Welcome to episode 67 of the LJS Podcast where today we are talking about pentatonic scales and how you can use them to improvise over any kind of chord. Penatonic scales are familiar to many but are often not utilized to their full potential. Let’s learn how to take major and minor pentatonics to the next level. Listen in!
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In this episode
C major pentatonic scale:
C minor pentatonic scale:
1. Root Minor Chords
2. Root Dominant 7 Chords
3. The Relative Major Chord
4. The Minor ii Chord of the Relative Major
5. The Major IV Chord of the Relative Major
6. The V7sus Chord of the Relative Major
7. The ii Minor Pentatonic Over the vii Chord
8. Minor Pentatonic a Half Step Down From a Major7(b5)
This lesson comes straight out of our flagship eBook Zero to Improv, which teaches you how to become a great jazz improviser from the ground up.