Overview
Essentially I break this down into a 5 note sequence. The first 4 notes are typically just pull-offs of the closest pentatonic scale. The 5th note tends to either follow suit and is the next note of the pentatonic scale or it's a low root note!

The PDF has some lick examples and try these out with some of the other blues licks I have! Dig!

-Related Lessons-


0:20 – Blues Licks (1)
0:20 – Major Blues Licks | 2
0:20 – Blues Licks | 3
0:41 – Pull-Offs
0:41 – Minor Pentatonic Scales | CO 6/10

PDF's – Blues Fall Offs | Soloing Technique, CAGED Pentatonic Scale Shapes



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