Guitar Scales Lessons

Mixing The Major & Minor Pentatonic Scales

• Author: @gsinker
This lesson we learn how to mix both the Major & Minor pentatonic scales to get that classic 70'2 - 80's solo style.

Unlocking the Diminished Scale

• Author: @pauljones
Learn how the diminished scale is constructed, about its modes, and how and when to use them when improvising on both dominant and diminished chords.

How to Play the Harmonic Minor Scale (Mode 2) in 12 Keys

• Author: @michaelsocarras
Learn how to read and play the notes of the harmonic minor scale in all 12 keys. I also give you 3 melodies in which you can capitalize on.

Harmonic Minor Scale in all 12 Minor Keys

• Author: @michaelsocarras
Tablature and Notation for the Harmonic Minor Scale in all 12 Keys plus How to Use it and How to Practice it.

Learn Scales Three Times Faster Using the Secrets of Octaves

• Author: @tomguitar
Fed up of learning scale patterns? Wish there was a easier way to learn scales? There is - in this lesson you'll learn to use octaves to makes scales loads easier and more fun.

Connecting Pentatonic Shapes Across the Board

• Author: @michaelsocarras
Connecting Pentatonic Shapes Across the Board

Soloing with three pentatonic scales in the dorian mode

• Author: @thomas-berglund
In this lesson I´ll show three pentatonic scales to soloing with in the dorian mode. I´ll be in the key of A minor (dorian). The common pentatonic scale in that key is the A minor pentatonic scale. That´s the first scale to come up when one starts to soloing in most cases. But there are two more to use and there are the B and the E minor pentatonic scales in the dorian mode.

1, 2 & 3 Octave Pentatonic and Blues Scales

• Author: @michaelsocarras
1, 2 & 3 Octave Pentatonic and Blues Scales. All 5 Shapes are included in the Key of E Major.

Best Scale Lesson That I Ever Learned

• Author: @gsinker
In this lesson i pass on to you a lesson that i consider the best i have ever learned when it came to scales and indeed modes.

Chords and Their Corresponding Scales for Beginners

• Author: @michaelsocarras
Here you have the chords in C major using the circle of fourths, along with their modes. (aka scales)
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