#1
Hey now I have a vast memorization in some scales in Pentatonic I feel like noodling around with them and playing fast in them occasionally. Does this help in progressing do you think?
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#2
It would help you get the scale under your fingers better, and you could find some cool sounding licks, but it isn't the best way to spend you time playing guitar.
#3
hell, mess around and "noodle" all you want man.... Experiment, it's YOUR instrument man... Try learning the Minor too
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#4
Quote by md41
Hey now I have a vast memorization in some scales in Pentatonic I feel like noodling around with them and playing fast in them occasionally. Does this help in progressing do you think?


Yes. I think really learning the scales before you try to write too many songs is a great idea, plus 'noodling around' helps build up you dexterity, which means you get better.
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#5
Do that while you watch tv.
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#6
every thimg you play helps with your skills man.. go ahead and noodle all you want.. it could make you play faster.. finger placement.. picking technique... you name it
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