Today let’s focus on the B harmonic minor guitar scale. It’s the last harmonic minor scale in this series, but certainly not the least.
If you take a look at the basic pattern you will notice that both E strings remain silent. This pattern is rather simple but the presence of three empty sounds means that it’s probably not the best scale for practicing your left hand skill.
Now something a little more interesting. Another pattern for the B harmonic minor guitar scale. This time it starts on the E string. The unconventional progression makes it a great exercise for your left hand.
If you want to learn more you can visit all-guitar-chords.com and get the full pattern for the B harmonic minor scale (click here).
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