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GUITAR MUSIC THEORY – Major Scale Patterns

by | Jan 8, 2018 | GUITAR, MUSIC THEORY

GUITAR MUSIC THEORY – Major Scale Patterns

In this guitar theory tutorial made by Move Forward Guitar, you are going to learn how to turn the Major Scale into patterns so you can memorize it up and down the fretboard.

MY OPINION

Another awesome tutorial from my friend Chad from Move Forward Guitar. It’s good to start by learning and memorizing the major scale over the entire fretboard before studying any other scales.

 

This tutorial is aimed at beginners and intermediate players.

 

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