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How To Play The Pentatonic Scale Over Any Guitar Chord

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Help me with my Guitar Path: https://gzoom.me/help-me-choose-gz See Steve's Guitar Courses: https://gzoom.me/guitar-courses-gz * SUBSCRIBE: http://guitarzoom.rocks/subscribeYouTube Request a Guitar Lesson: https://gzoom.me/request-a-lesson-gz In this video, Steve Stine shows you how to use a simple major or minor pentatonic scale over any guitar chord, offering you a wide variety of options when soloing. Steve discusses various options when applying this guitar soloing technique, so the key is finding what approach works best for you. Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/guitarzoom/ If you would like to be notified when Steve goes Live with Streaming Guitar Lessons, please text the word: Guitar to 43506 so you can be notified in advance. #guitarzoom #stevestine #stevestineguitar
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GuitarZoom.com (3 months ago)
Help me with my Guitar Path: https://gzoom.me/help-me-choose-gz See Steve's Guitar Courses: https://gzoom.me/guitar-courses-gz * SUBSCRIBE: http://guitarzoom.rocks/subscribeYouTube Request a Guitar Lesson: https://gzoom.me/request-a-lesson-gz
Gary Manning (11 hours ago)
I can play by ear doing this but i needed this vid to know what the heck im actually doing .
calanchr (7 days ago)
Great instructor overall- He does a great job of explaining the basics without over complicating it.
GuitarZoom.com (6 days ago)
Thanks! Steve
Eugene Garcia (9 days ago)
Watching your videos here from Philippines.I can say that this is one of the best tutorial i've ever watched.As a beginner for guitar scaling now I can clearly understand how the Pentatonic Scale works. Thank you Mr. Steve.
GuitarZoom.com (6 days ago)
You are welcome, Eugene! Steve
Adiktive Sounds (13 days ago)
Great lesson Steve. You the man. Could be my teacher any day.
GuitarZoom.com (6 days ago)
Thanks! Steve
Eye of the Tiger (18 days ago)
Steve you are just great
GuitarZoom.com (5 days ago)
Thank you! Steve
joemago (19 days ago)
This is a great lesson for learning how to be a lead guitarist, thank you!
GuitarZoom.com (5 days ago)
You are welcome! Steve
Walter Jeffreys (19 days ago)
Excellent
GuitarZoom.com (5 days ago)
Thanks, Walter! Steve
Jay Wacasey (21 days ago)
This was so good...often I have been stuck in that first box. I like the feel of the major but couldn’t figure out why it sometimes didn’t fit. You just showed me that My problem was when i would slide forward 3 frets I would still use the old root note position from the minor box. Especially. I could never figure out why other people’s runs made melodic sense and sounded more “interesting” but the way you explained to resolve or utilize the next chords root for emphasis when the progression was over that chord makes this video golden. Like a pentatonic solo life hack. Can’t wait till I can seamlessly slip into that diatonic. I’ll get there🎸🔥FYI..subscribed
GuitarZoom.com (20 days ago)
Awesome to hear, Jay! Steve
dave101t (22 days ago)
the clouds of confusion almost parted for a second there....i will be studying this closely for a while.....
GuitarZoom.com (20 days ago)
Very cool! Steve
Candy Man (22 days ago)
Multiple aha moments... Many Thanks!
GuitarZoom.com (20 days ago)
Glad to hear! Steve
Jim's How-to Videos (22 days ago)
you are such a gift to us learning guitar, thanks a million.
GuitarZoom.com (20 days ago)
You are very welcome, Steve
BluegrassCamaroAdam (22 days ago)
I see the 1-3 1-4 patterns you teach in another video. Your an excellent teacher Steve well done!
GuitarZoom.com (20 days ago)
Thank you so much! Steve
Barry Boyd (23 days ago)
Wow I now get it. thank you so much Steve. You have explained more than anyone else in here. I’m off to learn notes on fretboard now to make it even easier for myself. Again thank you so much my friend.
GuitarZoom.com (20 days ago)
You are very welcome, Barry. Steve
Lance Paul Aquino (27 days ago)
Its really helps a lot
Amit Doron (1 month ago)
finally a straight forward explanation !
Gábor Kiss (1 month ago)
Dear Steve, This lesson is gold. Huge thanks for sharing your knowledge!
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
Thanks Gabor! Steve
Peter Ng (1 month ago)
This is great to learn for a guitar player , thank you
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
You are welcome, Peter. Steve
razib biswas (1 month ago)
Bosssss😘😘😘😘😘
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
Ha! Steve
palmerc1985 (1 month ago)
Very helpful video... so when you say C major pentatonic scale is the same as Am pentatonic scale this is because A is the relative minor to C? So G major and em would be same and B major F minor the same and on and on?
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
Yes, but B major would be the same as Ab/G#...just a misstep is all :-) Steve
TomorrowsChild77 (1 month ago)
Good stuff, Steve.
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
Thank you Steve
Joerotorhead (1 month ago)
HOLY F#@$%^ S#!)........ all this time playing.... and the major scale is the same shape 3 frets back ?? WHY DID IT TAKE ME 3 YEARS TO HEAR ABOUT THIS ?..... .... .... ARGHHHHHHHH ..... THANKS !!
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
You are most welcome, enjoy the journey! Steve
kbwhite (1 month ago)
Thanks,good stuff.
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
You are very welcome! Steve
Debjyoti Sinha (1 month ago)
too good..thanks for sharing this
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
You are most welcome, Steve
richtfingers (1 month ago)
At 12:40 the key to good solo guitar playing becomes clear. So far from just being a guide to a simple approach to soloing, this leads into the key to it all.
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
Glad it helps, richfingers! Steve
Julio Herrera (1 month ago)
Thanks thanks thanks thanks!
Winston Kersey (1 month ago)
You have a gift of showing people where the light switch is.
Winston Kersey (1 month ago)
Thank you !
Arthur Lostify (1 month ago)
Super super like for this video !
bryan leclerc (1 month ago)
Tons of great information that you do a great job of conveying. Thanks for your work.
john langgie (1 month ago)
wow.. i used the same method. i play different chords in pentatonic in one position. but still learn to master the method.
Jonathan Castañeda (1 month ago)
thank you for this video!!
Josh T (1 month ago)
There is so much good content in this video. Every time I rewatch it, there seems to be something else I learn(retain). I seem to have my chords down, but was struggling to understand how to play notes in pentatonic scales that made sense. And good ideas for practice. I downloaded ChordPulse and am slowly making my way through the examples you gave. very helpful. Thanks so much!
Conan the Destroyer (1 month ago)
Great video and lesson!!! I just realized, some teachers show the scale right side up and some show it right side down. That has been the biggest visual confusion factor for me. Which is correct to show and learn the low E string at the top of the page or at the bottom? It is so inconsistent between teachers and books and scale papers.
Oh Gee! Champion! (1 month ago)
All this time! Sub'd here. Thanks, man!👍🏻
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
Thank you! Steve
Wretched Knave (1 month ago)
There are so many convoluted teaching methods out there, nice to finally come across one that cuts right to the chase and explains it clearly. Thanks Steve
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
Thank you so much :-) Steve
Cornelios Gurung (1 month ago)
Thanks for the great idea...Do upload some good riffs too
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
You got it! Steve
Craig Seaborn (1 month ago)
I like this chord chasing principle
GuitarZoom.com (1 month ago)
yeah, it's pretty effective and a good stepping stone to creating effective melody in your solos! Steve
buzz Icasiano (1 month ago)
Love the lessons you are providing us , Steve. Really appreciate it.
Dan Dolan (1 month ago)
Best lead lesson ever - seriously, this is most helpful... Nicely done! Thanks
Andy M (1 month ago)
wow .......... powerful info ............ appreciated!!!
Jim Snow (1 month ago)
thanks so much for the great guitar lessons... one of the best on youtube
Gold Hunter (1 month ago)
Good stuff! Thanks.
James James (2 months ago)
I feel like I owe you my bank account for this one lesson. This has done more for me than any in person lesson I've ever taken. I feel both ripped off by other guitar teachers and indebted to you for being a great one. If I ever actually make some money in this life, I will remember this and share some with you or pay it forward. Thanks.
Dan Daniel (2 months ago)
I am 75 years old and still trying to learn some basics. This is an awesome video. Thanks
Jared Moore (2 months ago)
Man.. can't believe it's taken me so long to find you. Thanks a lot! My understanding of guitar has come a long way from your tutelage.
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Awesome, Jared! Steve
master crafter (2 months ago)
THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU ARE A GURU YOU HAVE VIP STATUS IN THE LEITRIM FEST GOD BLESS G
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you! Steve
roy geonzon (2 months ago)
It helps a lot.
Andersong Music (2 months ago)
Great lesson!
Pete Jones (2 months ago)
Great Lesson Thanks and oh man you use the same Amp that I have since 3 Days. Great Sound but I can´t find it on the Grandmeister
William Martinez (2 months ago)
Hello. I love the info, well explained thank you. God bless you.
silverdragon0000120 (2 months ago)
Steve you’re the greatest. I’m learning a lot from you. Thanks for the great content
Carl Barrow (2 months ago)
thanks Steve great lesson.
SCARF (2 months ago)
Thank you Steve! That was really clear and helpful.
Kalisbest PTTKoj (2 months ago)
Great teacher.
Ryan Perez (2 months ago)
Ive been learning my penatonic positions and you literally gave me a mind blown moment. For so long Ive soloed using the key scale...ie. Songs in Em...use the Em penatonic....but so many songs I get confused and cant really decide if Im in the right scale. Thank you SO FRIGGIN MUCH!!!!! Liked and subed
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you! Steve
Joe Hayes (2 months ago)
My eyes have been open. Thank You
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
You are most welcome! Steve
Kk dani (2 months ago)
b minor rock is freaking just impossible...ugh... its like thee reason i dont play country music...
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Ha! Steve
DigNap15 (2 months ago)
Wow, I've only got one word to say. And it starts with F! (in a nice way) At 7.30 it reminded me of the lead guitarist in my band years ago!
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Ha! Thanks!
Klyn Bhuyn (2 months ago)
so helpful...thank you steve
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you Klyn! Steve
Robert O'Connor (2 months ago)
Wow this vid tops all the vids I have watched re: Pentatonic scales. This would help me step up my solo improvisation. Thanks a lot!
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
You are very welcome, Robert, Steve
Andrew Mark (2 months ago)
Great stuff! You explain it so well. Thank you!
dallben7S (2 months ago)
Love these videos man. I've been watching them for a couple of years and they have helped a lot. Could you possibly do a video of chord progressions/scales using the capo at various frets and perhaps different tunings/exotic world styles, if that's cool?. That would be awesome. Thanks again.
JIm Allen (2 months ago)
Nice video Steve. I love how you get right into it, keep it moving....and toss in some awesome playing....You da man!
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thanks Jim! Steve
Steve Stone (2 months ago)
Thank you so much for this! 2nd best video on the tube.
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you! Steve
gunhunter20 (2 months ago)
WOW! This Cool!
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you! Steve
Neil D (2 months ago)
That is awesome - suddenly makes so much sense!!
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Glad to hear! Steve
Dion Water (2 months ago)
thank you Steve, I've been in a rut for over a 10 years now and I'm trying my hardest to get out of it. I figure start with the basics, scales. when I met Zakk Wylde I asked him if had any advise for aspiring shredders, he told me to practice my Pentatonics, minor and major. at the time I just wasn't interested in learning because I had no one to guide me but at the same time my soul was screaming to get out of this rut and i was too embarrassed to admit I was stuck.
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
That's awesome Dion, Steve
arya timur (2 months ago)
Great lesson ,but why ibanez
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
I have always loved them. Steve
Fredrik (2 months ago)
I am a beginner at this, and I am also a beginner when it comes to amps. Do you use pedals to get that sound, or do you use plugins from a DAW? :)
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Well, I use both for different videos. Sometimes I use a VST (plugin) for sounds, and sometimes I run an amp (Hughes and Kettner Grandmeister Deluxe 40) for many of these recordings. Steve
Erdogan Essat (2 months ago)
thanks Steve great lesson.
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you! Steve
Android 16 (2 months ago)
Should I feel ashamed and embarrassed that I'm only just learning this after like a decade of playing guitar?
DerRobMann (R.T. West) (2 months ago)
Very helpful instruction. Through brute force and memorization I've learned the 5 box positions, major and minor, but don't know well how to move them or really play something interesting or creative. This helped. Saludos, desde Colonia Centro Historico, Puebla, Mexico, DerRobMann sends...
JohnPW22 (2 months ago)
Such a simple idea, but brilliant!
M1mo18 Swy (2 months ago)
Great job ,,,
DashRifRock (2 months ago)
Very helpful 👍
Raaampage (2 months ago)
Awesome thank you ^^
Neil Turner (2 months ago)
Steve you explain things so perfectly! Thanks dude !
Terry Bennett (2 months ago)
Hi Steve, you were born to teach guitar, your lessons are amazing, you explain it so well. Cheers🎸
Dan Millane (2 months ago)
Dude! I'm a full-time, self-taught guitarist who's had a hand full of lessons to improve soloing and this 13 mins has been the most I've learned in years. Teaching is a skill in itself and you've got it, mate! Subbed
boogieplex (2 months ago)
When someone says play in E flat,(as you did toward the end) how do we know if we play major or minor? Do we HAVE to know,or will both “magically” work?
Jack Loganbill (12 days ago)
Typically we play major scales over major chords, minor scales over minor chords
Winston Smith (2 months ago)
Wow, thanks so much for this Steve. Amazing info as always. Exactly the info I needed at this particular moment :-)
Anupam Singh (2 months ago)
You rocked my world.. Thankyou..
Lexus Betito (2 months ago)
Amazing, sir Steve, this is what I Need to learn so I could play solo.
hilario vargas (2 months ago)
wow i can still go in circles but now at least i know what i am doing.. great lesson....
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you! Steve
Bill Kincaid (2 months ago)
HI Steve. This is in my opinion a very important lesson for beginning guitar players and intermediate also. While there is much more to it, you consolidated it down nicely. I've found that many guitar players are weak in the area of this lesson, especially people who play mostly rock. The pentatonic position is learned early on and the major scale is learned way to late in the development of their guitar skills. This lessons knowledge was skills I learned early on and helped me immensely through the years. Your knowledge of theory is much more advanced than mine, and I have a question. The A minor and C major have the same notes. Why when explaining these two as being the same did you leave out the F note and the B note which are in both scales? Did I miss something while watching the video? I'm always in the learn mode. Thanks and great work.
Macker Maldrill (2 months ago)
You are an excellent teacher and I'm sure you have helped a great many players over the time you have produced these videos.
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you! Steve
ejaylatino (2 months ago)
This video is so awesome 👏 it help me a lot
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Thank you so much! Steve
ehsan rahman zia (2 months ago)
lovely!
DropdeadDown (2 months ago)
Is this the same way for every note to find its major scale?
Travis Hamblin (2 months ago)
Wow this video truly helped me, pragmatically explained, sincerely thank you.
Terjar Riram (2 months ago)
Great piece of knowledge sir🤗..make it for major scale also...plss
SEBASTION HAWK (2 months ago)
One question, though; what is this effect(chord chasing-changing keys) relative to staying in the key of Aminor, and, keeping your licks within the key of Am, the Am pentatonic, by using Cionian pentatonic(already synched according to theory), an FLydian pentatonic, and Gmyxolydian pentatonic, all staying within the key of Am or A aeolian? Does the chord chasing give more of a feeling of a harmonious disonance, or actually give more melodic feelings? WHen do I want to use modal licks, staying within the main key vs. changing the key in my licks to reflect the key of the chord being played? I can do both, but, am ignorant to choosing between the two for a given effect...all while knowing that anyone can do a chromatic scale and use all 12 tones, stressing the root of the chord being played...
SEBASTION HAWK (2 months ago)
I already knew this, but, it puts it into even more perspective watching this; succinctly put; nice tutorial;thanks!
emmaton225 (2 months ago)
Great lesson Steve
Stuart B (2 months ago)
Brilliant lesson . Thank you .
Charles Jackson (2 months ago)
Great video man. This immediately opens up a lot. I'm an advanced/beginner. I know both of those shapes of the major and minor pentatonic. The way you demostrated the application of these shapes makes playing fills and lead breaks very satifying.
Mk Ultra (2 months ago)
Since it has notes in common with chromatic any chord in any key works. Also take any 7th chord arpeggio and add an 11 for the rest of the pentatonic qualities. Also if you harmonize the major scale in fourths and add one more note to it one gets more pentatonic qualities harmonized within a chord scale like modes or modal pentatonic. I helped too.
mohd zulhilmi mohd zin (2 months ago)
Very helpful 😊👌
GuitarZoom.com (2 months ago)
Awesome!
George Pimentel (2 months ago)
Steve; I'm an older guitar beginner and I learned so much from you. I want to thank you for your time and effort. Thanks Man. Will stay in contact.

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