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          Guitar Scales 22 Fret System (part 2)


   
  Exotic guitar scales are good to add some new flavors to your
  music. By learning the guitar scales 22 fret system in C major
  first you will be able to easily convert your knowledge to other
  keys and scales.

  Do you want to learn the modes over the entire fretboard in an
  easy to understand connected way? Why should you learn the guitar
  scales 22 fret system and what is the advantage of learning this
  method?

  Almost all guitar method material teachers the student to learn
  scales by position playing, usually the book presents five
  positions for each scale. this is a good way to learn if you are
  reading standard music notation, particularly if you are reading
  a new piece of music for the very first time.

  The concept is to look at the highest and lowest notes in the
  piece of music you are playing and try to find a scale position
  where you can play the entire piece without having to change
  position.

  However when you are improvising you need the freedom to move all
  over the guitar fretboard. this is where the guitar scales 22
  fret system gives you the freedom, also by learning this scale
  system you will also be learning the names of the notes over the
  entire fretboard.

  As you are learning this scale system you are also learning all
  the modes at the same time. The reason for this is that the seven
  modes are all derived from the same C major scale.


  Here is part two of the 22 fret guitar scale system:



      Project (A)
  ==================
  1. Play the following notes on the sixth 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


  2. Play the following notes on the fifth string: C note played
  with your first finger D note played with either your second or
  third finger which ever is comfortable E note played with your
  fourth finger



  3. Play the following notes on the fourth 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


  4. Play the following notes on the third string: B note played
  with your first finger C note played with your second finger D
  note played with your fourth finger.


  5. Play the following notes on the second string: E note played
  with your first finger F note played with your second finger G
  note played with your fourth finger.


  6. Play the following notes on the first string: A note played
  with your first finger B note played with either your third
  finger C note played with your fourth finger.




  Project  (B)
  ============
  Practice ascending and descending.



  Project (C)
  ===========
  *linkage system*

  Practice part one ascending: F G A/ B C D / E F G / A B C / D E F
  / G A B THEN move to the part two version and descend the scale:
  C B A / G F E / D C B / A G F / E D C / B A G then go back and
  begin part one again ascending then descending via part two.

  The concept is to create an endless loop of correct notes in the
  key of C. Take your time we are after accuracy and perfect
  co-ordination between both hands.


  The future of guitar lessons is here with all sorts of new online
  guitar music lessons being offered by many very qualified and
  creative guitar lesson teachers and guitar music lovers alike.


  With the guitar scales 22 fret system expect to learn about scale
  modes, chord scales, intervals, scales theory and you will be
  unlocking the guitar fingerboard at the same time.


 




   

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