#1
Anyone know a good site for finding the fingerings for scales?

And not just the 1st position, but all the different positions for a scale. I just prefer to look at it that way because it makes the scales much easier to learn and memorize for me.

This is an example of what im looking for.
http://www.yellowguitarbooks.com/fretboard-diagrams/Major%20Scale.pdf
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#2
well there's some great books...Scales by Joe Chaprukorn
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#4
If you want to put a bit of effort into it you could try and figure them out yourself, i believe this would help you learn them more concretely.
#5
Quote by rhcpfan27
along with the book idea get the guitar grimoire.

its just twenty dollars and you'll never need to look anywhere else for a scale i promise

EDIT - this looks pretty decent
http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php


i looked at that book and i personaally did not like it

al it has is positions as dots no root or intervals or notes just pages and pages of dots in different positions
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#6
rhcpfan27 are you talking about A Compendium of Formulas for Guitar Scales and Modes?
and if so is it very good?

I have the guitar grimoire book for progressions and it's really good just makes for an intense read.
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#7
for major scale and its modes you might try this if you're trying to see the whole fretboard...

http://ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=799182

otherwise learn how to derive them yourself. There really is no *real* set of boxes for scales. For the major scale alone, I can probably create 21+ shapes off of the top of my head. However, most of them are just being able to see the whole fretboard and breaking it up into chunks.