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How To Read And Write Guitar Tablature

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A guide to tablature notation by Howard Wright

Guitar Capos

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“Hold on, I’ve got to put my guitar capo on for this next one,” says your favorite singer before he launches into your favorite song. Ever wonder what that strange little device he’s clamping to his guitar neck is used for? You wouldn’t be the first.

The Major Blues Scale Box Patterns on Guitar Fretboard

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Here is the major blues scale for guitar. The images below covers all the major blues scale patterns in all positions on guitar.

The Major Blues Scale

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The major blues scale is a variation of the major pentatonic scale just like that the minor blues scale is a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. That is why they are sometimes named pentatonic blues scales.

The Minor Blues Scale Box Patterns on Guitar Fretboard

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This is a very helpful page for learning the minor blues scale for guitar. The images below covers all the minor blues scale patterns in all positions on guitar.

The Minor Blues Scale

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The minor blues scale is a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. Just adding one note into the minor pentatonic scale you sure will feel the difference in the sound of the scale.

The Major Pentatonic Scale

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The major pentatonic scale contains five notes just like the other pentatonic scales and derived from a major scale by skipping the 4th and 7th degrees. In other words; It is first, second, third, fifth and sixth notes of the major scale.

The Major Pentatonic Scale Box Patterns on Guitar Fretboard

• Author: @spoonman
This is a very helpful page for learning the major pentatonic scale for guitar. The images below covers all the major pentatonic scale patterns in all positions on guitar.
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