Vilém Pešl

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At some point a guitar player usually becomes interested in learning scales after open chords and barre chords have been learned. Playing licks and improvising solos is no doubt one of the most exciting things that can be done on a guitar – for both the player and the audience. In this article I am going to present the workhorse of scales for many guitarists – the pentatonic scales.

At some point a guitar player usually becomes interested in learning scales after open chords and barre chords have been learned. Playing licks and improvising solos is no doubt one of the most exciting things that can be done on a guitar – for both the p

Whole Fretboard Blues Scale forms in A: PDF Guitar TAB + PDF Fretboard Diagrams + Guitar Pro File

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Minor 7th guitar arpeggio pattern 3 fingering

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Whole Fretboard Blues Scale forms in A: PDF Guitar TAB + PDF Fretboard Diagrams + Guitar Pro File

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Major Blues Scale Guitar Fretboard Patterns- Chart, Key of C

Caged System Fretboard diagram of the C Pentatonic Major Scale. This scale is sometime called the The Country Scale or The Country and Western Scale. Shown on all five positions on a 20 fret guitar neck diagram.

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The diatonic scales are 7 note patterns that in a sense are extensions of the pentatonic patterns. They require a bit more work to learn than the pentatonic scales but are well worth the investment to avoid ‘pentamania’ where lead guitar starts sounding ‘samey’ and predictable.

The diatonic scales are 7 note patterns that in a sense are extensions of the pentatonic patterns. They require a bit more work to learn than the pentatonic scales but are well worth the investment to avoid ‘pentamania’ where lead guitar starts sounding ‘