ABOUT THIS LESSON: The Chromatic scale is the foundation of all chords, scales & arpeggios. It’s a wonderful tool for helping your picking technique, adjacent string playing and for use in improvisation.
ABOUT THIS LESSON: Pentatonic scales are used extensively within a wide range of music. This lesson shows how pentatonics can be played in five positions across the fretboard in one key utilising relative major and minor scales.
ABOUT THIS LESSON: The Blues scale is as popular today as it’s ever been. This lesson shows how you can extend all your Pentatonic Scales into Blues scales across the neck. This lesson pulls together theoretical and pattern concepts explained in the “pentatonic scales” lesson.
ABOUT THIS LESSON: In this in depth lesson, you will be given complete fretboard coverage with seven in position major scale patterns.
This lesson continues from the lesson which outlined the seven major scales and helps you to understand the musical power they offer in any one position on the guitar neck.
Learn seven positions of melodic minor scales giving complete coverage of the neck that are extensively used in rock, jazz and classical music.
The harmonic minor scale is one of the most beautiful scales guitarists can learn. Learning them across the neck, however, can be difficult. In this lesson, you will not only learn the scale, but how to utilise your existing knowledge to help you make fast progress.
The whole tone scale is often ignored as guitarists feel it is either hard to play or hard to use. In this lesson, you are introduced to a couple of ways to play the whole tone scale that is easy to grasp, learn and perform.
If you have struggled to get your head around diminished scales, then this lesson will hopefully clear up any doubts or misunderstandings you have.