The Seven Positions of a Major Scale – Fifth Position – Lesson 56

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In this lesson we go over the fifth scale position of the Major scale – 3 notes per string.

Syn's tips

Now try adding in the arpeggios from lessons 50 and 51 to all of the positions you’ve learned so far. Integrate these together when playing along to the backing track to really explore the different soundscapes you can create by blending or “superimposing” different arpeggios or chords upon each other.

This will take you quite some time so be patient and ask others for help!

Gonna need to enlist the help of the class to upload some videos to the "Lesson Comments" section below to demonstrate what I’m talking about here. It’s REALLY important to apply this concept in order to really familiarize yourself with the different colors these arpeggios have ESPECIALLY when they are superimposed upon different chords!
The Seven Guitar Scale Positions
The Seven Positions of a Major Scale – Fifth Position – Lesson 56
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