Watch the From The ii-iii-vi: Over Minor online guitar lesson by Rob Garland from The Guitarist's Pentathlon
For this application I'm combining several ideas from previous examples playing the minor pentatonic scale in three different root positions, built off of the ii-iii-vi chords of the key. This creates nice movement against a static minor chord but unlike the previous examples, I'm actually encouraging you to play stock licks and repeat them in the different pentatonic positions! Surely not? Yes, but don't call me Shirley. For the static Gm7 chord I am using Gm pentatonic, Am pentatonic and Dm pentatonic, the ii-iii-vi chords from the key of F.