Scales Helping You Remembering The Fretboard

author: mycus date: 01/21/2013 category: scales
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Scales Helping You Remembering The Fretboard
Scales helping you remembering the fretboard. For Example: The numbers are the fret = the letters are the notes. Say the note out loud and soon you will have the frets remembered. A minor Scale
e|--------------------------------------------------------A5--C8--------|
B|----------------------------------------------E5--G8------------------|
G|------------------------------------C5--D7----------------------------|
D|-------------------------G5--A7---------------------------------------|
A|-------------D5--E7---------------------------------------------------|
E|----A5--B8------------------------------------------------------------|
C Major Scale
e|---------------------------------------------------G3-A5--------------|
B|-------------------------------------------D3--E5---------------------|
G|--------------------------------A2--C5--------------------------------|
D|----------------------E2--G5------------------------------------------|
A|--------------C3--D5--------------------------------------------------|
E|----G3--A5------------------------------------------------------------|
Also notice: B minor Scale
e|----------------------------------------------------B7--D10-----------|
B|----------------------------------------F7--G#10----------------------|
G|--------------------------------D7--E9--------------------------------|
D|-----------------------A7--B9-----------------------------------------|
A|--------------E7--F#9-------------------------------------------------|
E|----B7--D10-----------------------------------------------------------|
C major scale CDEFGAB C major pentatonic CDEGA Guitar Example: (The Troggs - "Wild Thing") (***Strum each chord out once.) Key of A Major: A, A, D, D, E, E, D, D Key of G Major: G, G, C, C, D, D, C, C.
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