4 Lessons Found
In this guitar lesson I will introduce you to the major scale as well as show you some ways to play a Major Scale on the fretboard, focusing on playing throughout the fretboard.
|Useful shape for a Major Scale plus fast position shifting technique! Guest Visitor Access||Medium|
|In this exercise, I will go over some basics behind the Major Scale, show you one shape of a Major Scale and how to play it in multiple locations on the fretboard, as well as show you how to develop fast position shifting technique.|
In this guitar lesson, you will learn about the Diminished Whole Half Step Scale, which is one of several symmetrical scales that will add a unique sound to your playing!
|Diminished Whole Half Step Scale 2 Octaves Guest Visitor Access||Medium|
|In this exercise you will learn a useful shape for playing a Diminished Whole Half Step Scale on the guitar.|
In this guitar lesson we will learn how to use position shifting and fretboard visualization to play a Major Scale and modes in 3 octaves.
|Major Scale Across 3 Octaves Using Repeatable Pattern||Hard|
|In this exercise you will play a Major Scale in 3 octaves by using a unique, repeating pattern that lends itself to visualization.|
In this guitar lesson I will introduce you to the Major Scale which is a necessary starting point before we get into the fun topic of modes!
|Major Scale (Ionian Mode) - On One String Guest Visitor Access||Medium|
|There is no better place to start learning about scales and modes than the Major Scale - so let's get started.|
|Major Scale - Shape 1 Guest Visitor Access||Medium|
|In this exercise, I will show you a shape for a Major Scale in one octave that we will use throughout the fretboard to help you see scales everywhere!|
|Another Useful Major Scale Form - Shape 2||Easy|
|In this exercise, you will continue visualizing and practicing a Major Scale in several positions on the fretboard, to help you further make linkages between scales and the fretboard.|
|Playing a Major Scale Across 6 Strings Using 3-Notes-Per-String||Hard|
|In this exercise, you will see one way to play a Major Scale across 6 strings, which will be the basis for a lot of future scale exercises that you will see on this site.|