Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Blues Guitar Scale Iron Man Example Minor Pentatonic Passing Tone

This free guitar lesson is a great example of using B minor pentatonic scale patterns played in the style of "Iron Man" by Black Sabbath. This is the guitar riff that occurs at 2:04. It uses pentatonic pattern one together with chromatic passing tones creating what is commonly referred to as the "blues scale". Get free tab for this song excerpt when you sign up for a preview of the book Fretboard Theory at:


Anonymous said...

Hi Desi

Could you tell me how you like the Variax guitars? Why have you actually chosen modeling guitars?


Mr. Desi Serna said...

The Variax is fantastic. Modeling technology makes it very easy to consistently get a good sound.