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This is a short scale lesson from my *link removed* fan tribute page:

Neoclassical guitar playing has a very distinctive sound. This is due in large part from use of the Harmonic Minor scale, which is also extensively used in classical music. It was truely the Heavy Metal scale of the baroque era! No wonder that it is the basis for much of Yngwie's musical style, guitar riffs and solos. Here are a few instructional illustrations that I made (over Yngwie Malmsteen's signature Fender Stratocaster) showing suggested Harmonic Minor guitar scale fingering patterns that Yngwie might use in the keys of E and A. Practice these by trying to combine both scale patterns 1 and 2 of each key up and down the fretboard, including other places not shown here where they also repeat 12 frets apart. Try to start on the key's root note (highlighted yellow) by sliding to and from the 1st and 7th note in the scale interval. You will find the 3 notes per string fingering patterns are very symmetrical and thus become easy to remember:







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Opps, sorry about the webpage link! I wasn't thinking and was just describing where it was from when I pasted the whole thing in. Also, I tried to submit the same thing as a Lesson and didn't realize you probably can't display graphics there either if it's text only. Please delete the lesson submission when you screen it. It also contains the same weblink. BTW the webpage is a non-profit fan tribute page only. No harm intended and sorry again. I was only trying to contribute.
Fender Malmsteen Strat > Boss NS2 Noise Suppressor > NS2 Send > NeoClassic 3080 Compressor > NeoClassic 741 Overdrive > NS2 Return > NS2 Output > VHT Special 6 Ultra Amp > Amp Send > MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay > Boss RC3 Loop Station > Amp Return