#1
Hi, i need some help.


I'm an average guitar player looking to expand his knowledge of scales. i know most of the ones in 5th position and a few in open. which ones would you UGer's recommend?

thanks.
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#3
Pentatonic scale
Major scale and all of it's modes
Harmonic minor and all of it's modes
Melodic minor and all of it's modes

All of those, all over the fretboard.
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#4
lydian mode
phrygian
harmonic minor
Adds some variety in your sounds
#5
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#6
I agree with learning all the major and minor scales, but try to also get a book on theory and understand what the scales are and how they are made up. This will train your ear as well. I would also work on chromatic scales in various positions and variations.
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