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Watch the Try Tone Solo 2 online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from Guitar Lab: Blues Soloing

This second chorus takes a more horizontal approach in regards to how the pentatonic fingering of choice is physically laid out on the neck. Starting right from bar 1 you see an X position F major pentatonic scale stretched into its neighboring next fingering. Another example is not far away as bar 4 wiggles with a C minor pentatonic snippet with great effect. Bars 5-8 slip and slide through various horizontal pentatonic snapshots only to walk up the F major pentatonic scale in bar 9 to a climatic whole step bend to the approaching V chord's root in bar 10. Good stuff!