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Rock Soloing: Put It All Together

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In this lesson I'll show you the second rock lick that we'll be using today. This lick is based on the notes of the A minor pentatonic scale, but it's borrowing a note from the regular minor scale. This interval/note is most often called the "9" referring to the scale degree, and it has a cool and slightly jazzy sound.

Once we've gone through and practiced the lick note-for-note, we'll practice improvising with it. Remember that you can use the major sound by moving the lick down 3 frets, if you feel like it!

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Rock Soloing: Put It All Together