If you only get one lesson from me…this is it! Learn how the major scale is used over the chord progressions you have play everyday. It will guide you on how to use the major scale to play solos and fills over all the major and minor chords you’ll encounter.
One of the biggest and most useful things you can learn is how not to play the major scale in order. Almost every student knows a major G scale and when asked to play it, they start at the first note and end on the last. This is as far as most students get, they don’t know what to do with it beyond play it in that order. I give you a scale pattern that goes all the way up the neck and lays out the major scale notes in a totally new way from the way you look at it now. You can hear immediately how Mike, Jerry, and all the great players get those licks you’ve been hearing.
I improvise in the lesson using using these new pockets of notes over a backup track filled with minor and major chords AND I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT CHORDS THE TRACK WAS GOING TO PLAY! The scale did all the work for me and it will change your playing forever for the good. I bet you’ll name your kids after me.
Over 1 hour long with tab and 3 backup tracks to jam with. Learn ‘Scales’ now you’ll thank me later.
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