This dominant 7 pentatonic pattern gets challenging again. Like the previous pattern, it spends more time in the “outside” key. Only the first and fifth notes are in the original key. This means that you have to switch keys a total of three times during the entire eight-note phrase.
A useful exercise is to take a single bar of this pattern, find the next bar that continues the scale, and put them together to create a two-bar phrase. It would like something like this: Bar 1 + Bar 5, Bar 2 + Bar 6, and so on.
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