#1
I've been practicing my major and minor scales for quite along time and I want to get them down pat so I can move on to the pentatonics and blues scales. I want to have them memorized well enough to be able to play in every key and know which notes notes are natural and which are sharpened/flattened. Any suggestions?
#2
You could memorize the 12 major triads. I have, and it's been helpful to me. You can also learn the circle of fifths to know how many sharps/flats there are in a key.
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#3
For trying to memorize the scales on guitar, just remember the scale patterns for major/minor and you'll be just fine. You know how to play an A minor scale? The you can play an Eb minor scale. Just follow the same pattern.
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#4
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You could memorize the 12 major triads. I have, and it's been helpful to me. You can also learn the circle of fifths to know how many sharps/flats there are in a key.

Already learned the circle of fifths.

Thanks for the suggestion, Il give that a try.