The title of this month’s column refers to the standard minor pentatonic “box” patterns that so many guitar players rely upon when soloing.
While they are valuable, they can be restricting if they represent the primary way in which one utilizes these scale patterns on the fretboard. When playing in the standard box pattern, we generally play two notes per string. What I will do in this column is demonstrate a way to break free of the two-notes-per-string approach by combining ...
Full article at: Guitar World
Jun 9 2014, 12:35pm CDT