What are the moveable Pentatonic Scale Patterns?

They are patterns that can be moved across the fret board in any key. They are 3 to 4 fret stretches (if they were wider apart, they’d be harder to play with your four fingers), and each pattern has 12 notes–two per string (pictured below).

Pentatonic Pattern One

Pentatonic Pattern 1 of 5 from the Kit.

The way to use them is to memorize each one; so when your band says, “Play in the Key of C”, you can line them up on your fret board and play a solo.

The kit has the 5 Pattern Guides with punched out finger holes that line up on the Fret Board Chart, where they reveal an area to play in. Each Pattern Guide has a Red Root Note hole that gives a target to place your pattern in a correct area of the fret board. Pictured below are the 5 Pattern Guides and the Fret Board Chart. The kit also comes with an audio CD and 28 page book with lots of examples.

Fret Board Chart and 5 Pentatonic Pattern Guides

Fret Board Chart and 5 Pentatonic Pattern Guides

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