Major Pentatonic Scales


Learn to play the Major Pentatonic scale all across the guitar fretboard with these easy to read charts. The major pentatonic scale collection includes a high-quality PDF chart for each and every musical key and features scale diagrams, TAB and standard notation for all 5 major pentatonic scale shapes, as well as the individual scale notes and interval structure. Start soloing all over the neck using of the most iconic sounding scales in rock, pop, blues, country, R&B, jazz and more.

These high-quality charts were composed and designed by professional guitarists and are used on a daily basis in our guitar lessons and studio sessions. We triple-checked that every note is correct and played each and every scale shape to insure an error-free learning experience.

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High-Quality Design

These HD vector charts look perfect on both paper and screen. Whether you print these out or read on your favorite device, your charts always look sharp and vivid. You can zoom in and blow up diagrams or TAB with absolutely no quality loss, fuzziness or pixelation. Learn your scales in style with this chart collection.

Play in every key

We have included all 12 keys of music, so you can solo over virtually any song, backing track or chord progression. All root notes are outlined and fret numbers help you find the right position on the guitar. These scale charts are comprehensive and thorough, yet simple and super easy to read.

Scale Diagrams
Full TAB
Standard Notation
Step Intervals
Additional information
Included Files

This collection contains 12 charts in PDF format. The files are numbered based on each key's position on the circle of fifths, starting at 12 o'clock and moving clockwise. Since you can refer to the same sequence of notes by using multiple names (enharmonic equivalency. For example: D# and Eb), we followed the traditional keys found on the circle of fifths: C, G, D, A, E, B, Gb (or F#), Db (or C#), Ab, Eb, Bb, F.


The most common way to play the pentatonic scale is by using your 1st & 3rd fingers for whole step notes, and your 1st & 4th fingers for 1.5 step notes. For example, the 2nd shape in Am should be fingered: 1 & 4, 1 & 3, 1 & 3, 1 & 3, 1 & 4, 1 & 4.

Root Notes

The root notes in each key are clearly marked as hollowed-out circles on the scale diagrams and in parentheses on the TAB and standard notation. We recommend you memorize these root notes and target them when soloing.


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