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Wiring In The Major Scale

Scott Neuhauser (83) · [archive]
Style: Basics · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 40
Pages: 1 2 3 4

OK... Here's where it starts to get pretty tricky. BUT, learning this sequence of "thirds" (C to E, D to F, E to G, etc...) will really get you to start "seeing" the scale pattern on the fretboard. Notice the tempo suggestion of 40. Take your time on this one and get it smooth and clear. After you've got the thirds down, try 4ths, 5ths, etc...

Something you might try while you're learning this lesson is trying to pick out song melodies. This may sound weird, but nursery rhyme tunes seem to just jump out at you when you first start trying this. (Hey, nobody's listening but you, right? Make it FUN!)

Comments, criticisms, suggestions for improvements to this lesson are always welcome.


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