I have been learning from this heavy metal guitar book and there is this section where it talks about this sliding pattern shown here:
And so there is a simple 2 bar lick beneath the fretboard diagram which uses this sliding pattern. I can play this and the next parts easily the only thing I don't understand is how does this sliding pattern accomodate movement between the C, A, and G forms of the C minor penatonic scale?
It makes no sense to me because according to this book the 5 forms of the C minor penatonic scale are here as follows:
Where position 3 is the C form, the A form is position 4, and the G form is shown as position 5. This sliding pattern starts at the 10th fret and ends at the 17th. The only form within this range out of these five forms is the C form. I don't understand how the book wants me to use this sliding pattern.
Any hints appreciated,