Learn How To Dominate The Major Scale On Guitar – Part 3 – 6/1 Form

Written by admin on May 10th, 2011

Hey all. Here’s the third installment to this Major scale series. As usual, follow the video above and check below for the scale form diagram.

Once you have this scale form down then you should be comfortable stringing the 6/4, 6/2 and 6/1 major scale forms together. Remember, these forms are moveable so all you need is a root note and you’re ready to rock!!

Juts be careful with the stretching of the 4th finger…make sure your fingers are warmed up first. You can also use your third finger if need be but I strongly suggest using your fourth finger so that it begins to strengthen much like your others.

If you have any questions or comments, leave them below and I’ll get back to you. Take care and have fun with this new scale form.

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C Major Scale - 6/1 Form

C Major Scale - 6/1 Form

The above numbers refer to your fingers

Sixth String Note Names

Sixth String Note Names

 

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