#1
his is the first E scale on the low e


|------4--2--0------------------------------------------------
|---------------4--2------------------------------------------
|---------------------4--2--1---------------------------------
|------------------------------4--2--1------------------------
|---------------------------------------4--2--0---------------
|------------------------------------------------4--2--0------

|------------------------------------------------0--2--4------
|------------------------------------------2--4---------------
|---------------------------------1--2--4---------------------
|------------------------1--2--4------------------------------
|---------------0--2--4---------------------------------------
|------0--2--4------------------------------------------------


whats the next scales to go up octaves? I know its wwhwwwh. What i wanna know is from this site http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php?qqq=+0&scch=E&scchnam=Major&get2=Get
whats the next set of octaves that it goes in order to the 13 fret?

Im trying to memorize the scale and im starting oput with E. If i take little patterns at a time its easier for me to memorize instead of looking att he whole scale.
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#3
i know the pent scale.http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php?qqq=FULL&scch=E&scchnam=Pentatonic+Minor&get2=Get


is it the same with the reg major scale? like same positions or boxes?
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#4
Don't just learn patterns - learn the notes too. If you learn the notes and know where they are on the fretboard then you won't need to ask questions like this...scales will become a doddle because you'll simply know where to play them - boxes and patterns don't even come into the equation.

Box shapes are there to help you navigate round the fretboard quickly and actually use the scale, however they're not very good for helping you learn the scale itself. Learning a scale and using a scale are two very different things.
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#5
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Don't just learn patterns - learn the notes too. If you learn the notes and know where they are on the fretboard then you won't need to ask questions like this...scales will become a doddle because you'll simply know where to play them - boxes and patterns don't even come into the equation.

Box shapes are there to help you navigate round the fretboard quickly and actually use the scale, however they're not very good for helping you learn the scale itself. Learning a scale and using a scale are two very different things.


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#6
Nm i fig out what im going to it might be easier. Mem the scale by the letters and just learn where they are on the fret board
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#7
Quote by steven seagull
Don't just learn patterns - learn the notes too. If you learn the notes and know where they are on the fretboard then you won't need to ask questions like this...scales will become a doddle because you'll simply know where to play them - boxes and patterns don't even come into the equation.

Box shapes are there to help you navigate round the fretboard quickly and actually use the scale, however they're not very good for helping you learn the scale itself. Learning a scale and using a scale are two very different things.



Funny u say that w/o even reading your post i put that reply . Thats what im gunna do. Is just mem what letters are in the scale itself and just know where they are.

E, F#,G#,A,B,C#,D#,E like this is the E maj scale.
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Last edited by silly6-string at Feb 12, 2008,