Connecting Scales Across the Fretboard

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In this course we start to view the fretboard as a complete whole using the CAGED system while at the same time acquiring a functional understanding of the modes and some other commonly used scale sounds. Each lesson focuses on one specific scale sound and examines what makes it what it is.

Modes are simply scale sounds but they are often misunderstood and because of this are under utilized. This course unravels that confusion and then takes a close look at modes as individual sounds and compares their similarities and differences from a musical perspective. Guitaristically modes are examined in all regions of the fretboard in order to gain a further grasp on the mechanics of the fretboard.

Other important scale sounds are visited as well that will further increase your repertoire of sounds and ready you for your own improv and writing in a number of different styles.

What You'll Learn

  • 1 CAGED System Part One
  • 2 C Major Scale 2 Positions – Connections
  • 3 C Major Scale in 3 Positions
  • 4 C Major Scale 4 Positions
  • 5 C Major Scale 5 Positions
  • 6 C Major Scale 6 Positions
  • 7 Two Octave C Major Shift
  • 8 C Major Scale Shifts I to V
  • 9 C Major Scale Shift II to VII
  • 10 CAGED System Part Two
  • 11 C Major Scale Two Octaves II Position
  • 12 C Major Scale V Position
  • 13 A Natural Minor Scale Two Octaves II Position
  • 14 A Natural Minor Scale Two Octaves V Position
  • 15 C Major Pentatonic II Position
  • 16 A Minor, C Major Pentatonic V Position
  • 17 C Country Blues Scale Two Octaves V Position
  • 18 C Major And A Minor Pentatonic Scales Two Octaves VII Position
  • 19 C Major And A Minor VII Position
  • 20 A Minor Pentatonic 2 Octaves II Position
  • 21 A Minor Blues Scale Two Octaves II Position
  • 22 A Minor Blues Scale Two Octaves V Position
  • 23 E Major Scale Two Octaves in Open Position
  • 24 A Major Scale Two Octaves
  • 25 A Harmonic Minor Scale Two Octaves II Position
  • 26 F Major Scale Two Octaves in Open Position
  • 27 Bb Major Scale Two Octaves in Open Position
  • 28 A Aeolian Mode in Open Position
  • 29 A Aeolian Mode in II Position
  • 30 A Aeolian Mode in V Position
  • 31 D Dorian Mode in Open Position
  • 32 D Dorian Mode in V Position
  • 33 G Mixolydian Mode in Open Position
  • 34 G Mixolydian Mode in V Position
  • 35 E Phrygian Mode in Open Position
  • 36 E Phrygian Mode in V Position
  • 37 F Lydian Mode in Open Position
  • 38 F Lydian Mode in V Position
  • 39 B Locrian Mode in Open Position
  • 40 Modes in Parallel