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Song Name: Pentatonic Scale- 7 Positions By: Unknown
Posted By: railjumper Difficulty: Any
Key: Any Genre: General
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2018-02-04 01:33:01 Modified: 2015-04-19 14:28:48
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Song:
 This will cross over to any key Diatonic.  Play along with simple songs in your head and you will discover how easily you play it. Makes going from thelow end to the high end and back smooth and in tune. 
Learning this helped me more than anything else. I found, starting off
playing around with this, using the second and third lines were the easiest to pick up on. Check out www.wildflowerharmonica.com Click on Pentatonic
Scales.
Learn all 7 and you can play 7 different keys on 1 harmonica.
Or 1 key on 7 different harmonicas. 3 = 3 blow / -3 = 3 draw / 3' = 3 blow bend / -3"= 3 draw double bend Pentatonic Scale: 1st Position: C D E G A C C harp Key of C 1 -1 2 -2 -3" 4 4 -4 5 6 -6 7 7 -8 8 9 -10 10 It's relative minor: A C D E G A -3" 4 -4 5 6 -6 -6 7 -8 8 9 -10 -10 ------------------------------------------------------------------- 2nd Position: G A B D E G C harp Key of G -2 -3" -3 -4 5 6 6 -6 -7 -8 8 9 9 -10 10 Its' relative minor: E G A B D E 2 3 -3" -3 -4 5 5 6 -6 -7 -8 8 8 9 -10 10' ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Good for playing Minor and can be used for Major also.
3rd Position: D F G A C D C harp Key of Dm -1 -2" -2 -3" 4 -4 -4 -5 6 -6 7 -8 -8 -9 9 -10 10 It's relative major: F G A C D F -2" -2 -3" 4 -4 -5
-5 6 -6 7 -8 -9
-9 9 -10 10
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Another useful one for minor playing.

4th Position: A C D E G A
C harp Key of Am -3" 4 -4 5 6 -6
-6 7 -8 8 9 -10

It's relative major:
C D E G A C
1 -1 2 -2 -3" 4
4 -4 5 6 -6 7
7 -8 8 9 -10 10

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Another Minor.

5th Position: E G A B D E
C harp Key of Em 2 -2 -3" -3 -4 5
5 6 -6 -7 -8 8
8 9 -10 10'

It's relative major:
G A B D E G
-2/3 -3" -3 -4 5 6
6 -6 -7 -8 8 9
9 -10 10'

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Another useful one for minor. (Bend the E to Eb for a more Major sound)
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6th Position: B D E F# A B
C Harp Key of Bm -3 -4 5 6' -6 -7 (6'=6blow bend)
-7 -8 8 9' -10 10'
It's relative major:
D E F# A B D
-1 2 -2' -3" -3 -4
-4 5 6' -6 -7 -8
-8 8 9' -10 10'

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12th Position: F G A C D F
C harp Key of F -2" -2 -3" 4 -4 -5
-5 6 -6 7 -8 -9
-9 9 -10 10

It's relative minor:
D F G A C D
-1 -2" -2 -3" 4 -4
-4 -5 6 -6 7 -8
-8 -9 9 -10 10

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