Guitar scale sequences.
- Practice one scale in 1 octave. Then you can move to 2 and perhaps even 3 by moving diagonally up to the 24th fret.
- Practice only one sequence and move it around to other scales you know.
- Connect the modes.
Sequence 1. Double up each string. This means to play the 6th string for example twice. If you’re playing A Minor, play frets 5, 7 and 8. Do this twice. So it would look like this: 5 7 8 5 7 8
Sequence 2. Play the bottom 2 strings ascending then descending in the same position and then back up again. Now move to strings 4 and 3 and finally to 1 and 2.
Use these scale sequences to improve your technique, dexterity and speed. Always learn something without a metronome and then when you got the gist of it, turn that sucker on.
My teacher gave me sequences sporadically just so he could keep me as a student. He cared not, about me, but his pocket. Here they are for free. Use them, abuse them and then APPLY them. It’s the best thing you can do for yourself as a guitar player. The sooner you apply it the sooner you will be able to use it like its no thing. Thats what were after here…
To be able to sling on 6 strings like it ain’t no thing.
If you don’t apply what you learn, its like you never learnt it. Dont be that guy. You’re just wasting you’re time. Apply everything you learn as quickly as possible. Integrate itSequences Rundown