R 3 4 5 b7
Any blues-orientated players who'd like some new phrasing ideas should experiment with it, as it slots right into any blues progression, yet has a slightly exotic feel the twists everything up a bit. There's one song on Eric Johnson's 'Venus Isle' that based on it, although I can't remember the title off the top of my head.
Seriously, try it!
Oh, if anyone wants some scale charts just let me know and I'll do some later.
That R-3-4 bit must feel weird on the fretboard.
I could see it sounding cool, though - sort of like a wide open mixolydian.
EDIT - though, thinking about it, I guess here's the thing I don't get with a lot of these "exotic" scales. This is just a Mixolydian without a 2nd and 6th. So, what do you get by saying "I'm going to play a Hindu Pentatonic" that you don't get by just playing a Mixolydian and staying mostly or entirely off the 2nd and 6th? I mean, that strikes me more as a "note choice" or "phrasing" thing than it does as an all new scale...