Express Guitar - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit

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learn guitar  | guitar scales | 22 fret

  

          Guitar Scales 22 Fret System                                         (part 4 and 5)


   
  Using the guitar scales 22 fret system we automatically take care
  of the question of 'what fingering should I use?"

  Most guitarists and guitar method books promote 5 fingering
  patterns called various names e.g., CAGED system, Berklee system,
  GIT system etc The fingering generally varies from teacher
  to teacher. The five fingering patterns are good for teaching
  students how to read in a certain position on the guitar.


  The guitar scales 22 fret system of 3 notes per string system is
  an efficient and effective way of covering the entire fingerboard
  and doesn't lock us into a *pattern* remember I'm NOT thinking of
  patterns I'm only thinking about the NOTES in a particular key.

  Our first project using the guitar scales 22 fret system is to
  play all the natural notes over the entire fingerboard. This would be
  the same as playing all the white notes on a piano.

  Eventually as we progress through this concept you will design
  the best fingering for the particular musical situation.


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  Guitar Scales 22 fret system - part 4

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  1. Play the following notes on the sixth 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


  2. Play the following notes on the fifth 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


  3. Play the following notes on the fourth string:

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


  4. Play the following notes on the third string:

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


  5. Play the following notes on the second string:

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


  6. Play the following notes on the first string:

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



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  Guitar Scales 22 fret system - part 5

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  1. Play the following notes on the sixth string:

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


  2. Play the following notes on the fifth 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


  3. Play the following notes on the fourth 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


  4. Play the following notes on the third 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


  5. Play the following notes on the second string:

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


  6. Play the following notes on the first string:

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


  At this stage, the guitar scales 22 fret system will have
  unlocked the guitar fingerboard for you from the low F note on
  the first fret, sixth string up to the high G note on the first
  string, fifteenth fret.



   

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