The Blues in the key of E will only have 3 chords, the E7, A7 and B7.
To solo over these 3 chords you can use the E Minor Pentatonic Scale.
For this lesson we will utilize the employment opportunity E Minor Pentatonic Scale.
In order to play the rhythm and solo we need to come up with a strum pattern that gives us area to toss in some guitar licks.
A basic strum pattern will be D U D U with a mute on the second D stroke (D = Down, U = Up).
This strum pattern will give use beats 3 and 4 to solo over, however I will often times likewise take the next step to continue the solo, therefore offering us 6 beats to play some cool Blues licks.
Quote of the day, “There are no such things as mistakes, don’t fear mistakes, do not stress over bad notes” – Prince
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