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Mel Bay's Guitar Scale Wall Chart

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  • Apart from the pentatonic scales, these guitar scales charts illustrate both the traditional 'box style' method for playing scales as well as the 'three notes to each string' method. This approach, that plays three notes to a string, may seem harder at first than the standard box-shape scales, but in the long-run this method will give you a greater range as most of these scales contain two octaves. The fact that there are often two octaves means there are often three within that particular scale too. With practice you'll be able to use these root notes to home in to as a kind of musical anchor to bring you back to the home key that you'll be playing along to. These extra root notes will also give you more options to help you to identify a particular key and relevant scale, thereby enabling you to run backwards (down a scale) from the higher notes on either of the top E or B strings. This is a great help for playing nice melodic lines down a scale from the higher notes within that scale.

    Apart from the pentatonic scales, these guitar scales charts illustrate both the traditional 'box style' method for playing scales as well as the 'three notes to each string' method. This approach, that plays three notes to a string, may seem harder at first than the standard box-shape scales, but in the long-run this method will give you a greater range as most of these scales contain two octaves. The fact that there are often two octaves means there are often three within that particular scale too. With practice you'll be able to use these root notes to home in to as a kind of musical anchor to bring you back to the home key that you'll be playing along to. These extra root notes will also give you more options to help you to identify a particular key and relevant scale, thereby enabling you to run backwards (down a scale) from the higher notes on either of the top E or B strings. This is a great help for playing nice melodic lines down a scale from the higher notes within that scale.

  • It's all a matter of what you want to do and what type of music you want to play. At the top of each guitar scales chart is an informative heading describing what musical style/s that particular scale is typically applied to. This will hopefully help you to get an idea of what you need if you don't already know.

    It's all a matter of what you want to do and what type of music you want to play. At the top of each guitar scales chart is an informative heading describing what musical style/s that particular scale is typically applied to. This will hopefully help you to get an idea of what you need if you don't already know.

  • It's all a matter of what you want to do and what type of music you want to play. At the top of each guitar scales chart is an informative heading describing what musical style/s that particular scale is typically applied to. This will hopefully help you to get an idea of what you need if you don't already know.

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It's all a matter of what you want to do and what type of music you want to play. At the top of each guitar scales chart is an informative heading describing what musical style/s that particular scale is typically applied to. This will hopefully help you to get an idea of what you need if you don't already know.