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Watch the Adding Minor Blues to Major Blues online guitar lesson by Fareed Haque from Soul Jazz Survival Guide

The major pentatonic, or major blues scale, is the most basic and essential melodic element in traditional jazz, "Dixieland", swing, jump blues, jump jazz, bebop, gypsy jazz, and many more traditional jazz styles. Check out these examples of some nice major blues scale playing:

Grant Green Trio (Live 1969) - Check out the 2nd tune "Oleo". Also, this one!
Charlie Christian!
Ben Webster! - or check out this one!
Lester Young and Count Basie!