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I would like to share a Finger Excercise, which I play almost every day. It helps me memorize the notes all over the fretboard, sometimes I call out loud the notes when I play. It also helps me understanding the Music Theory about Scales, Key, Root Note etc…
When you play this exercise many times, you automatically will know how to play any scale.
For example : In this exercise you play “G Mixolydian”. When you want to play the scale “D Mixolydian” you simply use the finger pattern which starts in the exercise at the root note G (5th string position 10), but now you will start at the root note D (5th string position 5) and play the same pattern. In this case you are able to play all the notes in the scale without even knowing which notes belong in this scale.
🎸 Vincent 🎶
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