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Brians got a several great lessons on how these two scales meet up – the major is always 3 frets down from the minor. But looking at his lesson on a 2 note solo in the key of A – the root fret as he calls it is the 5th fret (the intersection point of the two scales in A). But as he is mixing the two scales he is using the 7th fret and calling that the major portion of the lick. It may be a major note (7th fret) but it would have to be from the A# or B Major Pentatonic scale as the the A major Pentatonic scale ends on the 5th fret on the high E.
Guess I’m confused on the mixing aspect.
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