Do you ever feel stuck in a rut with your soloing? Like there are just one or two scale patterns you're really comfortable with in any key?
It's a common problem for guitarists. Many of my own students have dealt with this same frustration.
The good news is that you don't have to stay there. It's time to shine a light on all those dark, mysterious parts of the fretboard once and for all.
Over the years I've developed a methodical approach to mapping out scales on the fretboard, in any key, in any position, starting on any finger, and on any string set. In short, I developed a method for quickly mapping out any scale on the entire neck...no stone left unturned.
If you've ever wondered how I cover scales with my students, you're about to see a big piece of that picture.
There you have it - a quick look at my method for mastering scales on the entire guitar.
If you're tired of all those gaps in your fretboard knowledge, get to work! I've seen this method work time and time again.
Have a question or comment about this or another approach to learning scales? Leave a comment below. I'd love to hear from you.
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