Above is the last of the five Minor Pentatonic scale patterns. You can find the other four patterns in the previous posts.
These patterns all connect to each other and cover the entire guitar fretboard. In tomorrow's post, you will visually be able to see how this happens. For now, focus on the pattern shape and try to play each note as cleanly as possible. It may take some time to master these patterns, but it's very helpful for playing along with others, creating melodies, and for learning guitar theory.
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