Phil Roberts – Make My Pentatonic Scales Actually Useful
Make my Pentatonic scales actually useful
Learn how to remember, practice and apply these scales in your lead playing with this step-by-step blueprint
You’ve been playing some time but never really learnt how to use scales
So far you’ve seen a lot of scale diagrams to practice soloing over backing tracks, but you feel like a mess as you have no idea how you’re supposed to go about memorizing all of the shapes, and you’re missing the vital background knowledge about how and when to apply them.
“I just can’t get my head around the concept of scales”
You might know minor pentatonic scale shape 1 but this is the first and only scale you know, and you’re lost when it comes expanding this knowledge into other scales (like the Major Pentatonic) and other scale shapes. Its so frustrating, like your missing a piece of the puzzle. Why do scales seem so abstract and separate?
1 pentatonic is not enough to get you to where you need to go
It’s not that you haven’t tried to learn and memorize the other pentatonic shapes, but you’re struggling because you don’t quite understand how you should be using them or how to work them into your current playing. It sems like every other guitar player around is is getting it, why aren’t you?
Transform your pentatonic scales into memorable, usable musical building blocks!
- Want to from the ground up learning how scales fit together on the fretboard so you can move around and not get lost?
- Have no idea where to begin with scales/modes?
- Want to finally link your pentatonic shapes together without confusion?
- Looking for a powerful method to successfully learn, memorize and apply scales?
Discover the “Perfect-Storm”™ Scale Blueprint
This short course teaches a series of vital concepts which have been brought together in “perfect storm” so you no longer have to struggle through what seems to be an abstract series of scale shapes/notes.
Avoid the pain of learning and memorizing scale shapes
Cut right to the chase with this powerful method. Once you’ve learnt it you can apply it to all your other scales and fly around the fretboard. Once you’ve discover the freedom that the Perfect Storm Scale Bluepint allows, you’ll ask yourself: “Why aren’t scales taught this everywhere?”
Learn vital visualisation techniques, scale drills, then solo over the provided backing tracks
This course is your solution to the pain of scale learning and scale memorisation (urg). You just want to play your guitar, right? But you gotta do some groundwork first, with this method you’ll have an easier way to absorb this knowledge and more efficient ways to embed and recall it. Seriously, it’s time you sorted this scale headache once and for all!
“I can’t criticize the course at all. As you said, “this will be the thread to tie the positions together”. It was. Thank you Phil, you made learning fun and cut through the bullshit.”
– Joe M, Recent Student, New Jersey
Get ed now!
I’ve been teaching for over a decade and have performed in touring bands in the UK, Europe, USA and New Zealand.
My students always say how much they appreciate the simple language used in my lessons, helping them finally understand stuff that other teachers have made sound so complicated.
I remember what its like to be a self-taught guitarist because I am one. Stuff can get confusing and there’s nobody to ask. I always keep this in mind when teaching, I avoid jargon and abstract music theory, because if I explain it clearly and you just play it, you’ll understand it.
Scales can be challenging for anyone. There are so many scales and so many scale shapes within each scale, I’m sure you feel like you’re just never going to understand how it all fits together, but I’m going to help you join the dots.
In this training I’ll show you how to remember the scales shapes you know more easily, learn and practice more efficiently and understand how to apply scales in your lead playing.
So let’s do this!
- Introduction (1:42)
The Perfect Storm – 3 Key concepts that changed my life (8:30)
- 8 vital things you need to know about scales or you’ll fail to understand them fully (13:13)
Introduction to Major Intervals (7:30)
- Introduction to Minor Intervals (7:01)
The value of learning like a Porn Star (5:07)
- Are you missing these key details of technique? (8:33)
- Jedi Mind tricks to erase errors in your practice forever (4:40)
- The 7 step metronome regime to results without the boredom (17:36)
- Minor Pentatonic Shapes 1 and 5 – 16th note feel (9:04)
Minor Pentatonic Shapes 4 and 3 – 16th note feel (6:49)
Minor Pentatonic Shape 2 – 16th note feel (3:52)
Minor Box Shapes and their associated chords (8:07)
Turns out nobody needed the 140bpm+ drills (1:13)
Minor Pentatonic Shapes 1 and 5 – triplet feel (4:03)
- Minor Pentatonic Shapes 4 and 3 – triplet feel (2:34)
- Minor Pentatonic Shape 2 – triplet feel (1:18)
Backing Track – Hey Floyd Am 70 bpm 16th note feel
- Backing Track – Open Blues Am 96 bpm triplet feel
A quick word about major pentatonics (1:58)
- Major Pentatonic Shapes 1 and 5 – 16th note feel (6:41)
- Major Pentatonic Shapes 4 and 3 – 16th note feel
- Major Pentatonic Shape 2 – 16th note feel
- Major Box Shapes and their associated chords (4:26)
Major Pentatonic Shape 1 and 5 – triplet feel (2:30)
- Major Pentatonic Scale Shapes 4 and 3 – triplet feel (2:21)
- Major Pentatonic Scale Shape 2 – triplet feel (1:08)
Backing Track – I Gotta Testify A 96 bpm 16th note feel
Applying what you’ve learnt (8:23)
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