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Thread: Different pentatonics?

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    Different pentatonics?

    I always thought it was just the. Ive looked around on IBM, but i cant find a GOOD thread. If there is one please link cause i havent had any lck.

    What are the other ones. i heard someone say " the other 5 pentatonics" but thats it.


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    "5 Pentatonics" refers to the modes. The different patterns start on a different note in the scale and go from there. I don't have time to look through the articles, but I'm sure that'll clear things up a bit for you.

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    Hey Luis,
    I'm interpret your post to mean you are looking for the other pentatonic patterns. If so, check out Guni's pentatonic article.

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    thnx guys! Yal kick ***.

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