Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Secret That Most Guitarist Don't Want You To Know

It's All In The Scale Of A Song

If you listen carefully, you'll notice that most songs only revolve around a scale of a song. Most of the time a scale starts in its first chord. For example, the song starts in G Major scale, then all of the chords, and lead parts play around G Major scale.

The relative minor scale for a Major Scale

Put in mind that every Major scale always have a relative Minor scale. For example the major scale is G, then the relative minor will be E minor.
Take a look at the Major scale image. If you memorize that, you're almost pro in playing the guitar.

Guitar Exercise

If you have an electric guitar, memorize the Major scale, then play songs by yourself or together with a band or a musical drum beat and play the scale.

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