Money - Pink Floyd Guitar Riff in 5 Scale Positions

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Money by Pink Floyd has an iconic intro riff that’s super fun to play on the guitar. In this lesson I teach the Money Pink Floyd guitar riff and how to practice for deep guitar fretboard knowledge.

➡ FREE PDF: Top 3 Pentatonic Scale Patterns for more melodic soloing​

Weekly Lesson #83


Money - Pink Floyd Guitar Riff Lesson Content Outline With Timestamp Links:

0:00 - Guitar playing intro
0:05 - About the lesson & channel
2:00 - Learning the riff
5:04 - Knowing the scale forms of B Minor Pentatonic
9:39 - Playing the riff in all scale forms
14:54 - Conclusion, outro, Free PDF


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Money - Pink Floyd Guitar Riff Lesson Description:

I want to show you how to work on learning new riffs on the guitar to make sure that you really know them. 

In this week's lesson we're going to learn the iconic intro riff to "Money" by Pink Floyd.

But we won't stop at just being able to play it. 

I'm going to use that riff to demonstrate and explain how to deeply learn new music on the fretboard. 

I recently created several lessons on how to map out and practice various types of scales... 

But after that, then what?

This lesson is a great example of how to take advantage of scale knowledge when working on real music that we love. 


B Minor Pentatonic Scale Positions


➡ FREE PDF: Top 3 Pentatonic Scale Patterns for more melodic soloing


I hope you enjoyed this lesson and found it beneficial. Let me know what you thought in the comments. Thanks! :) 

- Jared


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