Em & G Pentatonic, Frame 3
Here is what is discovered.
- First thing: determine fingerings for training. 1 take all of the head? 3 all of the tails?Probably a mix of 3s & 4s. Once we determine fingerings, we train. Run the scale up and down with the metronome.
Try 8ths notes with metronome at 100, and use another rhythm figure → – [1- – -a].
- Spend 5 minutes jamming/improvising/experimenting. Use just these tones of frame 3, as a limit. No audio.Then, play to audio → any audio/song in G or Em, using frame 3 as a limit.
- Build Chords → create every possible combination of chords with just frame 3, including double and triple-stops.We do have a complete G Major chord [D Form: 7-x-5-7-8-x frets]. And, a complete Em [C Form: x-7-5-4-x-x] and Em7 [still C Form: x-7-5-7-8-x]. Either of these E minors can include open E, G, or B strings.