Hi, this is Stephanie, from Tomato's House of Rock, and I'm going to show you how to play an E flat major pentatonic scale. So, in an E flat major scale, the notes you're going to want to pull out for a major pentatonic, is going to be the one, the two, the three, the five, the six, and the octave, which is the E flat back on top again. So that can also be the E flat, the F, the G, the B flat, and the E flat. Those will be our one, two, three, five, six, and octave. And a good fingering for this is just going to be two, three, thumb to G, and then two, three, five for the E flat on top. And we can do the same thing coming down again. So we're just going to have five, three, two, one, three crosses, three, two. You're there; and that's how you play an E flat major pentatonic scale.