#1
ive been trying to solo with other scales besides the pentatonic scale and it doesnt help that all i can find for pics of the scales just covers one position.

do you guys know of any websites where i can find pictures of scales that cover the whole fretboard??

thanks in advance
#5
i prefer all-guitar-chords.com

its got a large selection of the different types of scales, and i especially like how you can change the position of the scales (giving you a look across the fretboard.. not the whole thing, though it does have that too)
#7
sorry.. no shredding.. im more of a david gilmour player.. i use long bends and a few quick hammer ons/pull offs.

i wish i could shred.. it sounds ****in bad ass
#9
Quote by a7xguitarist12
o and by the way do any of u guys shred, because if u do what scales do u use??
We use a ton of scales, but the two most common are probably Natural Minor and Harmonic Minor.
#10
Threadstarter, learn the names of the notes all over the fretboard, then learn what notes are in the scales. I find this easier to remember than a pattern covering all the frets.
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