Watch the The Roadmap: Minor Pentatonic online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from Power Play: Minor

Each chord progression example presented in Power Play Minor edition consists of one chord progression that has been transposed into 4 different keys. Each key lasts for the duration of 8 bars. In this first example you are going to be playing over these 4 keys in sequence - F#mi - Ami - Cmi - Ebmi. yes, Ebminor, come on now, there has to be some hard ones! This sequence of key changes will repeat 4 times. Don't think that's long enough? Well, this sequence played 4 times will be approximately 6 minutes. That's 6 minutes of intensely focused solo creation in 4 different keys 4 times over. Now that’s what I call an improv workout!

Check out the chord chart and my breakdown of the chord progression to see what is actually happening in the harmony. It's not necessary to learn the chord progression but if you are curious and want to take your studies a little further, go ahead, it's a nice little vamp you can jam with your friends at another time.