Easy Guitar Riffs Lady Marmalade Pentatonic Scale

GUITAR TAB Get free tab for this song excerpt when you sign up for a preview of the book Fretboard Theory at: guitar-music-theory.com SONGS This song demonstrates some of the licks, phrases and styles that can be played with the pentatonic scale. This footage is ONLY available online. DVD To learn about scale patterns, technique and theory, see the DVD video program entitled GETTING STARTED WITH THE PENTATONIC SCALE. Learn about: • Five pentatonic scale patterns • Major, minor and blues tonalities • Hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides and bends • Alternate picking • Playing over chords and progressions Go directly to guitar-music-theory.com to sign up for a FREE DVD preview. Play Until Yer Fingers Bleed! Mr. Desi Serna (Google me!) www.Guitar-Music-Theory.com Scales, Chords, Progressions, and More
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The band includes: Trey Anastasio – guitar Peter Apfelbaum – Baritone Saxophone, percussion Cyro Baptista – percussion Dave Grippo – Alto Saxophone Jen Hartswick – trumpet, tuba, vocals Russ Lawton – drums Tony Markellis – bass Andy Moroz – Trombone Ray Paczkowski – keyboards Russell Remington – Tenor Saxophone, flute For more information about Cyro Baptista: www.cyrobaptista.com http

49 thoughts on “Easy Guitar Riffs Lady Marmalade Pentatonic Scale

  1. Ima keep watching your videos cause I am learning just from watching amazing how I learn almost everything you have to throw at me except I been doing most of these videos on a guitar which has buzzing frets and no cut away time for an upgrade and a amp cause I do own a strat. thx again Desi cw

  2. Watch the rest of my pentatonic scale songs and you can fill in the blanks. I also have a DVD entitled Getting Started with the Pentatonic Scale.

  3. Let me know whatcha think Desi, I found a video to the right where I learned the Am penatonic scale then looked at your finger playing again and I think this is true starting on fret 3 G root doing the same as I learned in the other video would apply etc..

  4. I got it dude thx for another easy lesson!! My only question to you Desi is, Do you have another lesson that would cover the entire Gm pentatonic scale until I reach the high E. I would appreciate it man
    cw

  5. Teaching others about music is my passion and this is a great example of using minor pentatonic scale patterns.

  6. pcburgh, I believe you’re referring to his ’05 late night show, which was indeed shit. This was from roo ’02, which was sickolicious 😉

  7. TAB was nasty these years…..saw some amazing shows these years. This one was a shit show. Late night Bonnaroo….ha ha…it was packed….there’s a huge tree in the middle of the crowd somewhere…

  8. Damn this brings back some DAMNED good memories!! I was about 3 rows back. Such a sick ass show. Trey just flat out melted faces like 4 times just during this song. Was so glad i got puddled on the way in. I really miss this TAB. By far the best line up. The horn section was just nasty sick.

  9. i get to see trey today at charlottesville! im so blessed..i just found out I was going yesterday. 🙂

  10. Trey is so god damned wasted here. Now that he’s clean it is so obvious watching pre-2007 performances that he is super-toasted.

    However, from 2:15 to 3:00 his high-speed pentatonic shredding is fucking magic. Damn, I am working on my speed and timing, and can sometimes nail descending, disgusting pentatonic licks like this, but Trey is evil. Oh yeah, and the entire arrangement of this song, the horns, the choppy funk are fucking brilliant.

  11. In all the comments, nobody noticed the drummer. He has a mother ******* swing! As a bass player, it would kill to play with that kind of groove!

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