#1
So if I want to play in the key of E for example, is it as simple as playing different scale shapes and what not wherever there's an E note on the guitar? Is there is any technique to this?

Also this is kind of irrelevant, but how do you make the noise that he makes in the last 2 seconds of this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTkLXxevxnY
(when he runs his arm up the guitar)
#2
Quote by Lobotomy x
So if I want to play in the key of E for example, is it as simple as playing different scale shapes and what not wherever there's an E note on the guitar? Is there is any technique to this?

Also this is kind of irrelevant, but how do you make the noise that he makes in the last 2 seconds of this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTkLXxevxnY
(when he runs his arm up the guitar)


1. start with the pentatonic and major scales and learn them on the whole neck, if you go to myguitarsolo.com under the scales section, it has all the diagrams you need

2. that's a pickslide he's doing, hold the pick vertical and perpendicular to the strings (lower 3 usually) and slide it up the neck
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#3
Start with the major scale and read the crusade articles by Josh Urban in the Columns section. If you want to learn this stuff then you may as well learn it properly, learning a load of seemingly arbitrary scale shapes doesn't really teach you all that much,
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