If Dominant 7 Pentatonic Scale Pattern 2 seemed easy to you, I guarantee you’ll find this next one more challenging.
Last time, we took a four-note pattern and transposed it up a half step for the second half of the bar. This time, we’re using a full eight-note pattern and transposing only the fifth and sixth notes up a half-step.
The purpose of this pattern is to make you comfortable switching between modes for just one beat.
Some of the upcoming patterns will be easier than others. Practice slowly until you can play it in all keys at a fast speed and wrap your head around the harmony you’re playing in real time.