#1
hey i know the g major scale but how do ya move it ?????
just place it wherever you want or the next note in the entire scale on the same string as the g note or what ????
Gear:
Dean Cemetery Gates Razorback
MXR Dime Distortion
Dunlop Crybaby From Hell
ISP Decimator
EH LPB-1
Peavey 6505
D'addario strings, DR strings
Dunlop picks
#2
The G major scale is just a collection of notes... you can play any of those notes anywhere on the neck and still be playing in G major. (G, A, B, C, D, E, F#)
#3
alright thnx !!!!!
Gear:
Dean Cemetery Gates Razorback
MXR Dime Distortion
Dunlop Crybaby From Hell
ISP Decimator
EH LPB-1
Peavey 6505
D'addario strings, DR strings
Dunlop picks
#4
Just move the scale up x frets to make it the scale of x semitones above g scale.

eg, if you start your scale on the third fret, low E string, then starting it on the 4th fret would make it a scale of Ab major.
Start on 5th = A major
6th = Bb major
ect.

I suggest you also learn how different scales are formed and what notes are in each of them, which will allow you to play in the key of G all over the fretboard.

Remeber! Scales are not patterns, they exist all over the neck.
#5
If you mean move it into a different key, just move the shape up or down the neck. If you mean move up and down the neck and stay in G, then you have to learn the other scale shapes. If you know all the notes on the neck, you don't really need the shapes. Just the 7 notes in your head.
#8
but the dude is constantly making new threads about the same thing!
he's got like 5 scale threads now