If you put that on your
A whole step on the
This pattern holds true for all major
When practicing major scales, it’s important to find the fingerings that work for you. It might take some experimentation to find what’s right for you. Generally speaking, you’ll want to keep your fingers low and close the fretboard and use your fingertips.
Start slow, and work up to speed over time. Practice makes perfect! It’s very important that you spend the time nailing the major
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Guitar Scales: About the Educator
by Jeff Scheetz
Jeff is the Director of Education at TrueFire. He has released 8 CDs of original music and 9 video courses for TrueFire. He has toured the US, Europe, and Mexico, sharing the stage with the likes of the Scorpions, .38 Special, ELO, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, and many more. He’s performed over 300
He was listed in the “100 Gifted Guitarists you Should Know.” His music can be heard everywhere from Toyota and Chevrolet commercials to the “All My Children” soap opera! If he doesn’t have a
He writes and teaches about skill-building, getting better, practice methods, and more at SmartPracticeAcademy.com.