Bust Out of Your Playing Rut with 5 Pentatonic Shapes

The pentatonic scale is the core of many guitar players’ understanding of improvisation – it’s the backbone of their vocabulary when playing blues, rock, funk, etc. However, most guitarists only take advantage of one or two moveable pentatonic shapes. By taking advantage of all five, a player can freshen up their licks and add color…

Check out this great article and free lessons from David Wallaman and TrueFire where he’ll show you how to get out of using just a couple moveable shapes, and break down how to play all five while staying in the same position. In these free pentatonic guitar lessons from the course, you’ll get a taste of how to integrate these shapes, as well as learn how to add in chromatic notes to the pentatonic scale and build your own custom versions of it