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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question…
Q: For a year now, I’ve been working on scales. I started from Pentatonic, and I’ve worked on the Major & Minor patterns. The thing is, I still don’t feel too confident with them. I’m not smooth with improvising, and my melodies are not fluid. Can you make a lesson that works out how to get a better more comprehensive use of the scale shapes on the guitar neck?
Drew – Shiloh, Pennsylvania USA
A: Developing a better understanding of guitar scales on the neck is without a doubt an important long term study. In order for the scales to be well understood (at even the most basic level), we need hours and hours of practice on them. But, once this period of initial practice has passed, the next stage is the application of the scales all across the neck. As you’ve seen in this lesson, we need to practice that in two ways. By organizing scales along and across several positions of the neck. And, by working on creating melodies that flow through several positions. It takes time to study scales like this, but once you do, you’ll begin gaining a rock solid awareness for how scales are used all around the entire guitar fingerboard. Enjoy!
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