#1
Ive never learned my major scales in an organized manor across the fretboard, so its a bout time.. Apparently theres 5 positions that go along w/ the caged system and also 7 different 3 note per string positions, a shape built off each tone in the scale..

Which one would would you recommend?
#2
I actually never bothered learning the boxes or positions, just the notes and the theory behind the scale. That way I ended up sounding a lot "free-er" than the cats in the music department I've jammed with.
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#4
Quote by StratPlayer15
Ive never learned my major scales in an organized manor across the fretboard, so its a bout time.. Apparently theres 5 positions that go along w/ the caged system and also 7 different 3 note per string positions, a shape built off each tone in the scale..

Which one would would you recommend?

both are useful. 3 notes per string versions use some stretch positions so the CAGED shapes are a little easier in that respect.
#7
I use both, though I never consider the "caged" thing. To me those are just the 5 standard patterns.
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