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    Default This how you use a pentatonic pattern creatively

    This video is about you how you can use an exercise/pattern for "real" lead guitar playing. I am using the pattern I demonstrated in a recent lesson. The more patterns you know, the better you will be off because mixing up different patterns with a variety of rhythms will sound great. You'll get a lot of variation into your phrasing that way. I hope this video will give you insight into how this is can be done.


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    Great lesson Robert
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