#1
I'm currently working on memorizing every major and minor scale, which can be somewhat difficult. Instead of memorizing every position of every key of the major and minor scale, can I just memorize the major scales and memorize what the relative minor of that scale is? Because that would save a lot of time.
#3
whatever works for you
you can't really "cheat" in learning something
unless you aren't really learning it.
#5
yea thats true..
its not like your doin school work or something..
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#7
yeah thats not cheating, i would recommend learning the intervals in the major/minor set and learning them all over the E and A strings, you will pretty much cover every possible position that way. i do recommend learning where all the notes on the fretboard are. when i think cheating i think of things like using distortion to cover up a horrible technique.
#9
i do that a lot, when goin through my theory book, and its like, okay spell a Bb minor 7 chord, ill think, Bb...C...Db...Db major, 5 flats
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#10
Memorize the formula and the pattern. You're good to go.
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