Love, Please Come Home, Part 1: Arpeggios, Double Stops, and the Pentatonic Scale in B
In this lesson, you’ll learn a fiddle solo played by Tater Tate on Bill Monroe’s 1989 recording of “Love, Please Come Home” from Monroe’s Live at the Opry album. The song is played in the key of B and uses the flat-seven chord: an A chord in the key of B. The solo uses the major-pentatonic scale, which is easily played out of closed position. In this video, Sharon reviews the L-shapes, arpeggios, and double stops in the key of B (B, E, and F#) and then adds the A chord. She also shows you the major pentatonic scale in the key of G.