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The symbols below will show you which fingers you need to use, so that you can play the scale without needing to read the sheet music. The classical music theory is not well suited to describe the Blues, but we don’t have a choice.
Playing the open strings also contains all notes of the E minor pentatonic scale, but not in the correct sequence, every 2nd note is left out. The diminished (flat) third is the note which in classical (western) music styles determines if it’s a major or a minor scale. The diminished (flat) seventh is the note which is part of the dominant seventh chord, the one which leads back to the tonic (root) note.
Another more simple definition you’ll find is that a Blue note is always played at a slightly lower pitch than those of the major scale to express a certain feeling. This new note is a great starting point for string bending, in Blues music a note is often bended into a Blue note.
And now the great advantage of playing guitar: with a bright smile on your face you look to the keyboard player and give him the sign for changing the key.
Depending on the key and personal influences like finger size or strength most players use a special parts of these patterns called boxes. Below are schemes of your fretboard with all pentatonic fingering patterns for the two most common Blues keys (this is NO tab, just directly a look at the fretboard).
Tip: Many more scales graphics in every key and for different tunings and other nice extra features are at the scale and chord generator. At the end of the article you’ll find out how to use scale diagrams to play G major – and any other major scale – all over the guitar neck. In music notation, when a piece is in G, the F# is shown in the key signature at the beginning of the music. If you’re reading TAB, or using scale shape diagrams, you don’t have to worry about sharps or flats.
The movable shape below should start on the 3rd fret of the 6th string to play a G major scale. Subscribe HereSubscribe to our FREE email newsletter for guitar lessons, news, information and articles. The following is the Roman Numeric scheme for the chords in G Major and the 'fixed position' cycle of chord forms.
In a Major key, there are 3 Major triads [I IV V], 3 minor triads [ii iii vi], and 1 diminished triad [viio].
In a Major key, when chords include the 7's, the I and IV become Major 7's [IMaj7 IVMaj7], the V becomes a Dominant 7 [V7], the ii, iii, and vi become minor 7's [iim7 iiim7 vim7], & the viio becomes a minor 7 flat 5 [viim7b5 - also known as half diminished].

The vii0 triad can be written as paralling to a minor triad and that would make it a minor flat 5. We keep in mind that the voicings shown in this lesson are but one way to play any particular type of chord. Then, you can start to use the sheet music as a quick visual reference for which notes you need to play.
Now submit a video through the video review service and our professors will send you some helpful feedback and practice suggestions to help you get it even better! When you reach the 2nd fret of the D-string, it’s also E (play both at the same time, you will hear it). In Blues music it is often a bend from the minor note into the major note, usually not reaching exactly the target note. All these definitions show us the impossibility for an exact definition using classical music theory. Another note to bend into is for example a note from the major scale while playing in a minor scale. While the keyboard player is wondering about the black and white keys on his keyboard (what was it? Within this box you have all the notes from an octave in a comfortable arrangement, for example small distances for small fingers or a position that allows you to bend the important notes with your ring finger. You can see the minor pentatonic scale fingering patterns (with root notes and blue notes) plus the additional notes from the major pentatonic scale, which you don’t need in the beginning, but will give you more room to play. This means that all of the F notes in the piece should be played as F sharps (unless otherwise indicated by other symbols). This means that the sharp symbol doesn’t have to be shown before all of the F notes in the scale. The following tab and notation shows a two-octave G major scale played in the 2nd position, starting on the 3rd fret of the 6th string. This way, you only have to learn the fingering for one major scale in order to play them all, by playing the same shape in different positions on the fingerboard. Upper case Roman Numeral means Major, lower case means minor, and lower case with a degree sign means diminished.
We can use any beat count [4 is shown below] and any motor hand technique [strumming, fingerpicking, or arpeggio picking]. It must fit to the song and the chords, not all notes on your fretboard would give a nice sound if played in one song.
But for the beginning it’s better to start with only one and add sometimes a note from another fingering pattern.

Some technique oriented guitarists tend to doom this box playing and like to fly all over the fretboard.
Chords are built by selecting a root and adding every other tone [see EON] until there are three tones [for triads]. Minor 7 flat 5 is also called half-diminished 7 and that is indicated as the degree sign with a slash through it. Different styles favor certain voicings, and in a way are defined by the types that are used. So you can consider American Blues music as a well grown mixture of African and European music styles. You can not only play pentatonic scales to Blues music, but also to rock, pop and even jazz music.
This tone can also be a changing tone [toggled on and off using a hinge bar - the toggle would be fretted, then the open string]. Spend your time searching for your positions where you can put all your emotions to the string. The Bm shape is similar to an A minor chord (A form moved up 2 frets - with a flat 3rd) - check it.
Take the guitar: the frets are made for equal intonation, to play classical (western) music. If you reach the point that it gets boring, carefully try to add some of the gray notes from the major pentatonic. When fretting this chord [at the start], try fretting the first finger, then add the 2, then the 3 & 4 [layering]. The simplest way to describe the Blues scale with standard music theory is using a pentatonic scale and add some extra notes.
Moving up or down a fret means moving up or down a semi note: if you want to play in F you can use the pattern of E and simply move up one fret. Handle them with care, you’ll soon find out when to use which note to get the tonal effect you want to express. If you wonder why there are less gray notes than black notes: both scales share the same root (red) plus the V (B in this case), which is colored black to avoid confusion. But to get started with need a description, and the classical music theory is what most people know.

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