This is my latest video lesson on a fundamental piece of music theory. As with a few of my recent lesson videos, this is some theory that I think allot of more casual guitarists maybe aren't aware of, or maybe haven't taken the time to understand properly, but it's vital to understanding scales and chords and I think is therefore a very important/useful bit of theory. Have a watch:

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A decent lesson, but could have benefited from sound examples.
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Just remember that there are no boring scales, just boring players.


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