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The Seven Positions of a Major Scale – Sixth Position – Lesson 57

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

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Let’s incorporate all of the techniques and concepts described in my previous tips for The 7 Positions of the Major Scale. You have, position shifts, superimposing arpeggios, “up groups of 3 and 4” exercises, string skipping, and more!

Play along to the metronome and backing tracks provided in the “content” menu of the lesson player at slow tempos first, increasing the tempo after you feel comfortable. It’s ok to push the tempo occasionally as Papa Gates said, ”It’s like lifting really heavy weights. Do it occasionally and it will make slower tempos even easier.”

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