#1
I had a guitar teach a while ago, and he was talking something about guitar scales, and i should practise them to improve faster on guitar. I completely lost the scales he gave me.

Could anyone link me to some guitar scales which would help me improve? And how should i practise them, i heard something about metronome, have no idea what it is though.
#2
Minor and major scale. If your guitar's tuned to E, start off with the E minor and E Major scale, and then work yourself up with those. Start practicing chords as well, and find out which chords work with which scale.
#3
Eh i'm pretty experienced with chords, just don't really know what scales are, and i heard they make you improve.
#4
try these C/A minor: c d e f g a b. Pentatonic C/A minor: a c d e g. Those should get you started. Metronome is a tool to help you with the timming, rhythm... Think of it as a drums machine, also helps to measure your speed... Here are a lot of lessons covering these. Feel free to use the search bar...
#5
Type "All guitar chords" in to google, click the first link, the one with the -'s in the name. Its an awesome site and has every scale matched up to every chord. I'd start with the minor pentatonic scale, thats the first scale I learnt. Then just play it in 5th position, using finger per fret.
(thats if your learning the A minor pentatonic)
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Last edited by Samhaynes at Aug 28, 2010,