In the previous lesson of this series, we learned the 5th position of the G major pentatonic scale and I showed you how to apply this scale to a basic country and bluegrass chord progression. In this lesson, we’re going to start breaking out of the pentatonic scale box using five additional major scale notes. Adding these extra notes is the first step towards making your fill riffs sound more country and bluegrass. I’ll give you some pointers on how you can use the G major scale to create riffs and we’ll also have a tablature download with several nice major scale riffs to get you started!
|Video Start Time||Lesson Topic|
|00:00 min||Lesson Overview and Course Recap|
|03:15 min||Major Scale and Improvising Tips|
|11:39 min||Major Scale Fills over a Country & Bluegrass Progression|
|14:51 min||Practice Using the Tablature Download|