#1
i want to learn the harmonic minor. how would i go about doing that? any sites u guys could recommend? the only scale i know is the pentatonic minor and major. those are easy becausre there are only five fingering positions or variations. how would i learn the positions for the harmonic minor. since their are so many of them.
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#2
1 2 3b 4 5 6b 7 Search in the lessons, there is a good one that outlines it.
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#4
You can think about it as an extension from the pentatonic minor. Just add the 2, b6, and sharpen the b7 to a 7.

Then you have the CAGED positions sorted .
#5
There aren't "lots" of positions. There's a few standard ones. And personally
I think they're god-awful (and the melodic minor standard ones). There's
3 note per string version of the positions. When you do major, melodic and
harmonic minor all in 3 note per string formats, it makes it SO much easier to
see similar/constrast in structure and transfer ideas between them .
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There aren't "lots" of positions. There's a few standard ones. And personally
I think they're god-awful (and the melodic minor standard ones). There's
3 note per string version of the positions. When you do major, melodic and
harmonic minor all in 3 note per string formats, it makes it SO much easier to
see similar/constrast in structure and transfer ideas between them .


Most definitely. The 3 note per string formats are by far the best way to go about it all.
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