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I used guitar pro and a bunch of scale tabs, and just practiced over and over and over and over and over. I still do. Guitar pro is the best learning aid you could ever use.
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I used guitar pro and a bunch of scale tabs, and just practiced over and over and over and over and over. I still do. Guitar pro is the best learning aid you could ever use.

That's not really a particularly useful or constructive thing to do though.

TS - learn the notes on your fretboard.
Learn about intervals, how to find them on your guitar but more importantly what they sound like.
Learn how the major scale is constructed and learn how to locate it all over the fretboard.
Learn how to harmonise the major scale to construct chords.
Learn how to use the notes of the major scale over the chords derived from it in different ways to create music.

You really need to know the major scale if you want to truly learn and understand anything. Otherwise all you're doing is mindlessly memorizing a bunch of seemingly arbitrary patterns.
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