#1
I Probably sound like a total noob....but i am just wondering when i play a scale am i suppose to strum every note?
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#3
not necessarily. click the link in my sig, its a site i created for music theory, there is a section on scales there.

generally, a scale consists of a set of notes. those only dictate what that scale is tonal wise. they can change, add notes, remove notes, etc depending on the phrasing.
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#4
It depends, but generally yes, you would pick every note.

But in real life music you could be pulling off or hammering on notes, but I would recommend being able to pick every note when starting out.
#5
Well okay then i guess i will pick every note
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