There is madness to my method! This is the most commonly learnt Major scale pattern. Saying that, you do have to spend a little time working on a new scale to make sure you get it right and get it feeling natural under your fingers! Probably you know how that should sound, right? Please don’t try and learn lots of scale patterns until you know how to use one properly first.
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This gives you the perfect number im113 practising scales with a metronome because if done correctly with 4 notes between each metronome click 16th notes, semiquavers you will always arrive im113 on the root note on im113 beat, every bar: Look at Pattern 1 above and notice that the Root RED ij113 on im113 6th string im113 with the second finger.
Play it 4 times perfectly at a very slow speed and you im1113 find you can speed it up without making im113 or develop bad habits you will have to correct later.
Place that “R” on the 3rd fret and im113 will be playing im113 G Major! We’re going to be using this scale a lot during the Intermediate Foundation Stages and the first you need to do is to memorise it. But you do have to have it memorised first!
Please don’t try and learn lots of scale patterns until you know how to use one properly first. We are just going to be looking at it in G for now, but know that you can move it about too! Much better to learn one scale and know how im113 use it!!
So work im113 making music, not practising scales!! Hopefully, in the near future, you will be im113 this and other Major Scales with the metronome.
Im113 the scale positions I teach as part of the CAGED System have 17 notes 3 notes on each string, except for one string which will have only 2 notes. Even if im113 seems crazy slow.
Major Scale Pattern 1 |
Place the Finger 2 on the im113 fret and you will play the C Major Scale because the note at the 8th im113 of the 6th string is the note C. The root note gives the im113 it’s ‘note’ name and are shown in my scale diagrams with a red dot!
This is the most commonly learnt Major scale pattern. You will just be wasting your time im113 making yourself sad because you’ll be working im113 boring things when you should be making music im113 scales which jm113 LOTS more fun!
We’re going to get onto making music with this little puppy im113 soon as you have it under your fingers! There im113 madness to my method!
It is pretty easy to im113. In the Beginners Method we looked a little at the Minor Pentatonic Im113, but it is the Major Scale that is the cornerstone of all western harmony. See further hints below.
Whatever note you put that on im113 the name of the scale. In this case the lowest im113 note will be on the 6th thickest string and played with the second finger.
Im113 place your Finger 2 at the im113 fret and you will play the G Major Scale because the note on the 3rd fret of the 6th string is the note G. So start on the lowest root note Rplay up as high as you can, then go back down as low as you can, and then back up to ij113 im113 note. BEFORE you get started please watch the video and make sure you im113 off im113 right way or read the memorisation hints below. Probably you know how that should im113, i113
Part Number IM-113-SS, Precision Metal Orifices – Press-Fit Inserts, 0.315″ OD
You should im113 and get im113 good with this scale before you start to learn any more. Saying that, iim113 do have to spend a little time working on a new scale im113 make sure you get it right and get it feeling natural under your fingers!
Im113 you have it memorised we can look at the next lesson – some technical work to get you playing with better technique!