Adding some F sharp notes
This lesson looks at some ways to add the F# note to the standard A minor pentatonic.
Example 1 - looks at adding this note when on the A part of the sequence.
The E to F# to A routine should be practiced both as a plucked note and as a hammer-on
Example 2 - is a high E note bent up to F# (in theory there are lower E notes that could be bent to F# but I never seem to do that in this style ).
Also a phrase ending on F # at the 11th fret on the 3rd string ( more on this later ).
Example 3 - shows a chromatic run up to a held F# while we're on the D part of the sequence.
F# is a strong note when we're on a D chord.
Think D7 even if the chord is a straight D - this gives another strong note C - I like to use this F# to C quite a lot on this part of the sequence.
Example 4 - is a simple semitone bend from F# to G followed by a phrase using this bend.