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          Guitar Scales 22 Fret System                                         (part 6 and 7)


   
 
  All the notes on the guitar fretboard repeat themselves from the
  twelfth fret. The guitar scales 22 fret system uses the exact
  same fingering that you decided on when you started playing the
  scale on the first fret, string six.

  You will begin to see the scale pattern and identical fingering
  when you begin to play the guitar scales 22 fret system part 7.

  If you play acoustic guitar, unless your guitar has a cut-a-way
  these higher fingering patterns will not be practical to play.

  I recommend using the guitar scales 22 fret system to unlock your
  acoustic guitar fingerboard to play wherever it's comfortable,
  for some players playing up to the twelfth fret is the limit, for
  other players the tenth fret will be the highest note,


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  Guitar Scales 22 fret system - part 6

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  1. Play the following notes on the sixth string, starting with
  your first finger playing the note E on the 12th fret, sixth
  string.

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


  2. Play the following notes on the fifth string:

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


  3. Play the following notes on the fourth string:

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


  4. Play the following notes on the third 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


  5. Play the following notes on the second 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


  6. Play the following notes on the first 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


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  Guitar Scales 22 fret system - part 7

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  1. Play the following notes on the sixth string, starting with
  your first finger playing the note F on the 13th fret, 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


  Electric guitar players will be able to continue using the 22
  guitar scales system up to the highest note on the last fret of
  their guitar, depending on the model and brand of your guitar,
  the last fret might be the 22nd or 24th fret.


   

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