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Learning The Fretboard – Lesson 42

Lesson by: SynGates.com

CallumP

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Trying to work on that C scale across each string, as Brian said it makes me want to pull my hair out, when I have it down planning to put a video here if anyone wants to see it across all 7 goes round :)
 

CallumP

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GREAT JOB!!!! This is much harder than it looks. Well done!!!
Thank you!! Planning on working my way around the circle of fifths and doing a similar style video for each key to slowly add in new notes and eventually truly learn the fretboard! Thank you for this lesson I would of never even thought to try something like this!
 
Nov 11, 2019
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hey way to go. I'm buying in to this too, now. I'm going to try to learn the notes on the fretboard first, then, if I actually know them all, should be able to burn through any major scale with one note per string. Lofty goal, I know, but gonna start with the memorization first!
 
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hey way to go. I'm buying in to this too, now. I'm going to try to learn the notes on the fretboard first, then, if I actually know them all, should be able to burn through any major scale with one note per string. Lofty goal, I know, but gonna start with the memorization first!
Update---I'm still working on this XD. I'm feeling pretty good with knowing, C, D, E, and F so far on the fret board. Next is G, and then A and B. My thought is that I can input the sharps then kinda ad-lib but we'll see.
 

Christian J.S. Schulze Aguiar

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Andrew Chung

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"You'll know your fretboard better than most guitar players out there, and I mean most good guitar players." But does that include Syn? :p JK, I'm sure it doesn't
 

Adin Shepherd

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keeping my struggle to learn the fretboard. Made my diagrams based on learning 5 and 6th strings and the "dotted" frets (3-5-7-9), finding the octaves and using the idea of "chunking" that @Christian J.S. Schulze Aguiar explains on his video. I'm sharing in case someone can find these ideas useful
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Another pattern to take note of is the relationship between B,C,D and E,F,G on adjacent strings.