CLICK HERE FOR THE PAGE TO THIS LESSON. Join https://www.practicetheguitar.com/ and become a member to practice with tons of video lessons at multiple tempos, with full tablature and notation, and backing tracks to practice with.Three note per string major scale patterns are one of the important keys to unlocking the guitar fretboard. This interval exercise is an awesome way to help you learn the notes in each scale, and on your fretboard, as well as a more interesting way to practice scales overall. This is the first pattern of the major scale, three notes per string, played in intervals of thirds. We will be covering five keys with this, and we will be using pattern 1 of the major scale. This version of the scale pattern is all three notes per string. The best way to keep track of how this pattern works is to think of it as thirds from every note in the scale. Keep in mind here that you are playing the major scale in two octaves. You want to think an interval of a third above each note, so for example starting from B, it is B to D#, then move to the second note in the scale and play C# to E, then D# jumps to F# and so on. This gives you a cascading type of sound through the scale that can be used in any solo, or melody line.
CLICK HERE FOR THE PAGE TO THIS LESSON. Join https://www.practicetheguitar.com/ and become a member to practice with tons of video lessons at multiple tempos, with full tablature and notation, and backing tracks to practice with.In this 12 Major Key Scales Circle Of 5ths Legato exercise we are going to play through 12 keys on the guitar in one general area on the neck. This is an an awesome way to spice up your soloing, but also to learn all the major scales on the guitar. This will also help you to memorize the circle of 5ths, as well as all the major scale patterns needed to play in all 12 keys. This will also show you how you can improve your legato playing, and increase left-hand strength. This exercise covers the seven patterns of the major scale all starting from the note C. You will be changing key 12 times here. There are many technique aspects of this exercise that will help you to improve your soloing and single note playing, This will help you significantly when your playing over chord changes.