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If I was improvising over a blues tune, I’ll usually use the relative minor of the key. For example, a tune in the key of C, I’ll use the A minor pentatonic scale. Now if I wanted to use the Major pentatonic scale, could I drop down three (3) frets to F# and improvise with the 1st box scale, using F# as the Root. I hope this is clear. I want to play the relative minor “Note” as the Root of the Major Pentatonic scale, by way of the trick to get to the major pattern. i.e., three frets down.
If this doesn’t make sense, let me know and I’ll re-phrase it. Thank You
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