QuickStart Chord Progressions, Blues Play-along Tracks
<p>Four premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring the <strong>Blues</strong> scale. Suitable for any instrument.</p> <h6>The Minor Pentatonic or Blues Scale</h6> <p>The Blues scale is the most commonly used lead scale in Rock and Blues. Blues influenced jazz players also use this scale effectively.</p> <p>The Blues scale consists of the following intervals (based on a major scale). Root, b3, 4, 5, b7 and octave. A common chromatic passing tone can be played between the 4th and 5th of the scale.</p>
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