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!GREAT JOB!!!! This is much harder than it looks. Well done!!!
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.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!
Maybe this can help you out! I struggled a lot with learning the fretboard.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.
Thanks man!! Yupp I've watched your vid already , chunking the notes has helped tremendously, the chunk of four (F, G, A, B) for some reason seemed too much for me so I'm splitting those four into two chunks of two.Maybe this can help you out! I struggled a lot with learning the fretboard.
Another pattern to take note of is the relationship between B,C,D and E,F,G on adjacent strings.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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