Post Your Comments Here Enter Code Here, Home | Lessons | Scales | Riffs | Tuner | Videos | Games | Gear | Links | Sitemap |Contact. Enter Code Here, Home | Lessons | Scales | Riffs | Tuner | Videos | Games | Gear | Links | Sitemap |Contact. Learn E Minor Pentatonic Scale - Example 1 on Guitar - Create and explore Guitar tabs for latest and popular English and Bollywood songs. Learn & play tab for lead guitar with free online tab player, speed control and loop. The free Blues Guitar Scale is easy to play if you know how to play the Minor Pentatonic Scale. Here's postitions 1-4 of the E Minor Pentatonic scale. I also show all the positions of the E Minor Pentatonic Scale combined on a guitar neck diagram. E Blues Pentatonic Scale Tab. This is because the Blues Guitar Scale is a Minor Pentatonic Scale with an extra note added. Download original Guitar Pro tab. This extra note adds thats blues feeling to the scale. Playback tabs and chords and learn Guitar in the most simple and intuitive way using our free online Guitar tab editor. This gives you an overall view of the E Minor Pentatonic Scale. This gives you an overall view of the E Minor Pentatonic Scale. I also show all the positions of the E Blues Guitar Scale combined on the Guitar Neck Diagram page to give you an overall view of the scale. Here are postitions 1-4 of the E Blues Guitar Scale. Name This is because the Blues Guitar Scale is a Minor Pentatonic Scale with an extra note added. I also show all the positions of the E Minor Pentatonic Scale combined on a guitar neck diagram. Check it out and learn to play the minor pentatonic scale! Post Your Comments Here Figures 1 & 6 have the same pattern but are 12 frets apart. The root notes are circled in red and are all "E" notes since this scale is in the key of E. Positions 5-8 are shown on the E Blues Guitar Scale Tab 2 page. The root notes are circled in red and are all "E" notes since this scale is in the key of E. Positions 5-8 are shown on the E Minor Pentatonic Scale Tab 2 page. Email The free Blues Guitar Scale is easy to play if you know how to play the Minor Pentatonic Scale. The blues notes are circled in blue in all the figures below. The root notes are circled in red and are all "E" notes since this scale is in the key of E. Positions 5-8 are shown on the E Minor Pentatonic Scale Tab 2page. This extra note adds thats blues feeling to the scale. The blues notes are circled in blue in all the figures below. If you want to know more about this check out the free Guitar For Beginners page for an explanation. Check it out and learn guitar! Email Name