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4/21/2003 4:34 PM
 
You said in the last group lesson---Teacher: The 4 chord is a great place to switch to the minor pentatonic when you are using the major pent.
Teacher: The A chord has a C# note, the D chord has a D or a C natural, not a C#.

                                                         I think I understand but just to make sure....the D chord must have been a D7 chord?
 
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4/21/2003 4:43 PM
 
You are right!

Examine the A7 chord, it has a C# which is a major third, found in the major pentatonic scale as well. When you go to the "4" chord like a D7, the C# turns into a C natural, (the b7 in the D7 chord). The C natural is in the A minor pentatonic. A subtle, yet big difference when looking to be a little extra melodic with simple blues riffs.
 
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