How to Use Pentatonic Inversions - Daric Bennetts Bass Lessons

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How to Use Pentatonic Inversions

#BASSNATION in this week’s lesson release I’ll be showing you how to play the major pentatonic scale through its inversions. Really all you need to do for this is to start the scale on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th degree of the scale. This is an extremely useful exercise for fretboard navigation and just your general knowledge to jam, solo and more!

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  1. You where talking about the different modes. Do you think in inversions of the major Scale? Or do you just play major pentatonic on a major chord and minor on a minor chord? For example when we are in the key of C and we have a Dm chord, will you use an inversion of the C major pentatonic scale or rather just the D minor pentatonic? Or both? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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