How To Make The Most Of The Diatonic Scale
The diatonic scale and how key chords are generated from it is a must when it comes to understanding chord scale relationships. In this lesson, through the video and downloadable resources, you will be given the insight and knowledge needed to play in any key and across all three string sets on the guitar. Make sure to click the orange “here” word below to get the free resources.
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Lesson Seven – Understanding and learning the diatonic scale patterns
This is a partial transcription of the text found within the video above. Welcome back and I think we are now beyond mid-point of the thirteen part series and I’ve been talking a lot in previous lessons about progressions; the II – V – I progression, the I – VI – II – V – I progression. Now, I know a lot of you will know what I have been talking about or where that comes from, but there may be some of you who are a little unclear. The reason I have left it until now is that I wanted people who had bought the Drop Two Voicings Uncovered book, or were going through these videos on their own without having the book; using the resources that were provided with each video, I wanted you to really get in there and start doing things. Rather than loading you with masses of theory at the beginning. It all kind of gets like homework and that sort of thing.
So if you’re wondering where all this I – VI – II – V and all the rest of it comes from, well, this is the lesson that will show you where all this comes from. In this lesson I am going to go through one key. In the actual book we cover twelve keys across all three string sets. There will be four keys covered within each string set. Watch the above video to here and learn from the entire text that is given as well as downloading the free resources given at the top of this page.