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Let’s stick with the strings sets under Start, but mix up the patterns (again, we use all six combinations – i-m-a, i-a-m, m-i-a, m-a-i, a-i-m, a-m-i). Play this series on every chord of the E Major chord scale. Repeat each measure as many times as needed to get total control. Maybe 2 or 4 times each. Again, keep the driver knuckles over the string set we are picking. The space between your thumb & index will open up, & our elbow will move our hand over the next string set.
These are so often confused, the topic got its own slide. Let's get clear on this: the G & B are 'reversed'. Middle G is line 2, 3 string open. Middle B is line 3, 2 string open. This will be valuable moving forward, again, as these two tones are commonly mistaken for each other.
So far for pentatonics, we've played frames one & 2 in Em/G & frame one of Am/C. We'll continue to piece it together, frame by frame. In this session, we'll connect frame five to frame one in Am/C. We went 'forward' [up the board] for Em/G. For Am/C, we'll go 'back' [towards the nut] to frame 5. Frame 4 for Am/C is the heel of the 5 patterns, at the nut [for every key, one of them is at or close to the nut]. First, play frame 1 in Am/C, then see if you can figure out the tones [the same sounds] in P2. As mentioned, the whole board for a particular scale can be mapped in this way → using our ear.