Devil Went Down to Georgia Tab Pentatonic Patterns Blues Scale Songs

Devil Went Down to Georgia Tab Pentatonic Patterns Blues Scale Songs

Devil Went Down to Georgia Tab Pentatonic Patterns Blues Scale Songs

“The Devil Went Down to Georgia” by Charlie Daniels Band has a great minor pentatonic blues scale riff at 1:34. It has been adapted for guitar in three different pentatonic positions in the tabs below. Suitable for beginner to intermediate level guitar players who want to use the scale patterns taught in Fretboard Theory and Getting Started with the Pentatonic Scale DVD.

D minor pentatonic pattern 2

E----------------------------------|

B------------3---------------------|

G------0-1-2---2-1-0---0-1-2---0---|

D--0-3---------------3-------3---3-|

A----------------------------------|

E----------------------------------|

D minor pentatonic pattern 4

E———————————-|

B———————————-|

G————7———————|

D——5-6-7—7-6-5—5-6-7—5—|

A–5-8—————8——-8—8-|

E———————————-|

D minor pentatonic pattern 1

E————————————————–|

B————————————————–|

G————————————————–|

D—————–12——————————-|

A——–10-11-12—-12-11-10—-10-11-12—-10—-|

E–10-13———————-13———-13—-13-|

 

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