#1
When you know the notes that compose a scale

like C(maj)

C D E F G A B

and you figure out where all the notes are on the entire fret board

do you just need to know where the notes are
so you know which are IN the scale
and which are OUT of the scale

rather than every single possible way to get from one C to the next highest C?
http://youtube.com/watch?v=3mBGODdzzVw


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#3
You don't need to know patterns of the scale to be able to play it.

If you know the notes and play those notes on the fretboard, then you are playing in that scale.
#4
oh ok
so as long as i know what notes are in what scales
and where those notes are on the fretboard im good to go?
http://youtube.com/watch?v=3mBGODdzzVw


Quote by fenderfreak101


And by "Talk to girls," I mean "There once was this tootally cool girl on Xbox Live and we chatted about what level Wizardgammot we are in D & D"
#5
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oh ok
so as long as i know what notes are in what scales
and where those notes are on the fretboard im good to go?


Yep.