#1
I just don't understand the format for scales when you play across the strings. I can play them easily on an individual string, but I don't understand how they're organized when going across the strings. Could someone please help me?
#2
E F F# G G# A A# B C C# D D# E

Those are the notes on the E string from open to the 12th fret.
The A string goes in the same pattern but starts at A, the fifth fret of the E string. So, an open A string is the same note as the fifth fret of the E string. You see where I'm going with this?
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#3
So it's just playing the scale on all the strings, that's the only difference?
#4
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So it's just playing the scale on all the strings, that's the only difference?


Here are all the notes on the fretboard:
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Use this to memorize them:
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#5
Lol well dammit, I don't know where to stop. How much of the scale can I play? Is it okay to stop halfway through or what?