Organizing Note Material Across The Fretboard - Pentatonic 2-string shapes

One sure-fire way to break out of the standard 5 pentatonic boxes and stop playing them up and down is to instead organize your visualization in three 2-string shapes that keep repeating all over the fretboard, dubbed “The shoe”, “The core” and the “tower”. Many of our standard blues and rock licks are built around those 2-string fragments which offer different bending opportunities as well.
Advantage: when seeing the fretboard like this, you should be immediately able to move one phrase/lick to another area of the fretboard, since these shapes correspond directly to the intervals.
Note that you want to train both your “minor vision” and “major vision” on these!
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The same shape work of course as well in major! Here we have the same shapes in “major view”, with a very common friend - the “BB King Box”!

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