Two Note Patterns from the Pentatonic Scale to Navigate the Fret Board (July 2013)

Guitar modes method leads to many possible ways to navigate the fret board.

Using our 2 note method allows for some very interesting outcomes.

The 1st note of the Pentatonic scale is played on one string and the 2nd note is played on the next string.

The 2nd note of the Pentatonic scale is played on one string and the 3rd note is played on the next string.

By continuing these 2 note shapes, you will find consistent patterns that are not difficult to remember. In fact you will only have a combination of two x two note shapes. (allow one more for B string tuning)

This system helps avoid restrictions to boxes and provides knowledge to be more versatile with direction across the fret board.

You can learn how to do this on the Lesson page. It will save you the time of working it out.

15 Jul 2013