Keyboard/Piano Lesson Em Pentatonic Scale "Roland SH201"





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Published on Aug 4, 2012

Hey Guys and Gals. Here is a visual lesson on how to play a super fast keyboard solo that can be used in many styles of music including Rock, Jazz, Blues, Jazz Fusion, etc. This is a super easy scale to remember and to play in regards to finger positioning. The notes played up and down the keyboard will be E, G, A, B, D. Do not play F or C or any black keys but later I will post a video on how you can add black keys to this. Start out slow and note that finger positioning is extremely important here when playing the scale fast. If you have a drum machine or metronome do not hesitate to use it. Continue to play this scale slowly and do not rush yourself as it will take time to get to where you can play it fast. BE PATIENT! But once you have it down you will be able to solo to just about any song that is in the key of E and more! Towards the end of the video I go into a simple TRILL scale that I like to use, especially for hammer on effects.

If you would like to see songs that I have created in which this scale has been applied then check out many of my other videos including "Ufunkalot" and Whistling Atom.

Good Luck and have FUN!

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