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learn guitar  | guitar scales | 22 fret

  

          Guitar Scales 22 Fret System                                         (part 8 and 9)


   
  The last two fingering patterns in our guitar scales 22 fret
  system completes the C major scale over the entire fingerboard of
  a standard electric guitar .

  Guitarists who are already familiar with the various modes:
  Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixo-Lydian, Aeolian and Locrian modes
  will immediately see the benefits of being able to play the modes
  over the whole fretboard using the guitar scales 22 fret system.

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  Guitar Scales 22 fret system - part 8

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  Play the following notes on the sixth string, starting with
  your first finger playing the note G on the 15th fret, sixth
  string.

  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.


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  Guitar Scales 22 fret system - part 9 (final pattern)

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  Play the following notes on the sixth string, starting with
  your first finger playing the note A on the 17th fret, sixth
  string.


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


  2. Play the following notes on the fifth string: D note played
  with your first finger E note played with your third finger F
  note played with your fourth finger


  3. Play the following notes on the fourth 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


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


  5.Play the following notes on the second string: F note played
  with your first finger G note played with either your second or
  third finger A note played with your fourth finger.


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

  Now try to start linking all your fingering patterns together
  starting from part 1

  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.

  Next try linking part two ascending to part three descending,
  then part three ascending to part four descending etc.

  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.

  Some electric guitars have 24 frets, by now you will understand
  the concept, whatever number of frets you have on your guitar
  adapt the 22 fret guitar scale system to cover every note on your
  guitar fingerboard.

 
 

   

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