Finally, it’s the last part of this series on sharp and flat pentatonic blues guitar scales. Of course, I haven’t talked about all scales possible, but I think by now we have the basic ones covered.

Thanks so much for consistently following the lessons from the very beginning. And if you are a newcomer, then you are always welcome to track back the lessons that were already posted here on this blog.

So last but not the least is the A#/Bb pentatonic blues guitar scale.

As the figure shows, you start playing on the 1st fret of the A5 string. And you finish on the 3rd fret of the G3 string, so you’re playing just a single set of the scale.

Here’s the figure:

A# Bb Pentatonic Blues Scale

And here is the tab:

A# Bb Pentatonic Blues Scale tab

Now let’s try another one. This time, you’ll be playing two sets of the scale. The figure below shows that you begin playing on the 6th fret of the E6 string. Then go through two sets of the scale and finish on the 6th fret of the E1 string.

Here’s the pattern:

A# Bb Pentatonic Blues Scale

And here is the tab:

A# Bb Pentatonic Blues Scale tab

Just in case you are new in playing these scales, it’s somewhat normal to feel bored and confused. But I strongly encourage you to continue studying guitar scales, because it has always been a path towards guitar mastery.

If you want to learn more you can visit all-guitar-chords.com and get the full pattern for the A#/Bb pentatonic blues scale (click here).