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          Guitar Scales 22 Fret System



  If you want to develop top-class guitar scales and improvisation
  skills, then the guitar scales 22 fret system is the tool that
  will make your dreams come true.  By following these simple and
  precise guitar scales, you will be on your way to successful
  guitar music playing in no time.

  A major reason why many guitarists never master guitar scales is
  that they try to learn too many at once. The key is to learn one
  scale at a time by practicing the guitar scales 22 fret system
  you will learn to unlock the fingerboard and be free to express
  yourself over the entire fingerboard.

  Good knowledge of the fretboard will enable you to: improvise
  better, learn songs quicker, learn more chords and Scales, read
  music.  I definitely recommend memorizing or becoming familiar
  with the fretboard.

  Rather than aimlessly practicing guitar scales, you want to
  become laser focused.  What guitar scales you need to learn, in
  order to play the style of music that you love.

  If you are studying with a private teacher make certain that
  teacher can help you achieve your goals, there's not much point
  asking a classical guitar tutor what scales you need to learn for
  jazz guitar.


  To learn and master every possible guitar scale out there would
  take many lifetimes. It is more intelligent and far less
  frustrating to select an appropriate scale for your style of
  music and learn that scale as a 22 fret scale system.

  Scales create patterns on the fretboard which players visualize
  and memorize. The important thing when learning scales is to take
  the time to learn the names of the notes your are playing under
  your fingers NOT just the fingering patterns.

  The guitar scales 22 fret system can easily be adapted to any
  guitar no matter how many frets you have. Since most electric
  guitars have 22 frets the 22 fret scale system is the one I'll
  concentrate on here.

  The guitar scales 22 fret system an also be applied to acoustic
  guitar, most acoustic guitars have 12 to 15 frets available, the
  22 fret scale system can be modified to suit your favorite
  acoustic guitar.

  The guitar scale 22 fret, three note per string scale system part
  one:

  We will be working entirely in the key of C major.

  The key of C major    C  D  E  F  G  A  B  C

  (a) Concept # 1 think of this C major scale as being on an
  endless loop (like a conveyer belt going round and round) .....
  C  D  E  F  G A  B  C  D  E  F  G  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  A  B  C
  etc

  (b) Now imagine we where able to start at ANY point on this
  conveyer belt

  (c) The concept of the three note per string scale system is
  very simple, you play three notes from your chosen scale on each
   string then move to the next string, play three notes and then
  move to the next string, play another three notes and then on to
  the next string etc.

   Here is your project:

  1.  Play the following notes on the sixth string:

      F note played with your first finger
      G note played with either your second or third finger which
      ever is comfortable
      A note played with your fourth finger


  2.  Play the following notes on the fifth string:

      B note played with your first finger
      C note played with your second finger
      D note played with your fourth finger


  3.  Play the following notes on the fourth string:

      E note played with your first finger
      F note played with your second finger
      G note played with your fourth finger


  4.  Play the following notes on the third string:

      A note played with your first finger
      B note played with your third finger
      C note played with your fourth finger


  5.  Play the following notes on the second string:

      D note played with your first finger
      E note played with your third finger
      F note played with your fourth finger


  6.  Play the following notes on the first string:

      G note played with your first finger
      A note played with either your second or third finger which
      ever is comfortable
      B note played with your fourth finger


  Do you understand the concept?  Play three notes from the C
  Major scale on the sixth string (starting from the note "F"
  within the C major scale)

  Play the notes F. G. A on the sixth string, then move to the
  fifth string and play the next three notes from the C major scale
  B, C, D.

  Don't worry about the sound of this scale it is intended to
  sound incomplete, it's part of a giant linkage system I will
  explain to you.

  Practicing guitar music scales is one of the key elements to
  learning the basics of guitar. When you learn the guitar scales
  22 fret system you get the total picture. You get to see guitar
  scales played note for note right over the entire fretboard.




   

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