This is a one octave scale played with chords with roots on the E, A and D strings. The sequence is below. Try to keep your changes steady and start slow and gradually work up to where you can make the changes fatser but try and keep them even and clean. This lesson will help with fast chord changing. My example is in G but you can play the same patern all up and down the neck.I wrote out these specific forms of the chords becouse it gives the best effect. They may not be the most common but its good to learn more forms.