Learning Jazz Guitar Scale Patterns – Tips for Success
In this video you’ll find out the answers to the following:
How do you ensure that you actually remember those jazz scale patterns you’re spending so much time learning in the practice room?
How do you stop tearing your hair out with boredom and start practicing scale patterns in a more musical way?
- How do you practice scales efficiently to get
bestresults in the shortest possible time?
Check out the above video for the secrets revealed!
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I hope you enjoyed today’s post on strategies for learning jazz guitar scale patterns.
Now over to you:
what tips can YOU share with your fellow readers?
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I have studied the Segovia sales, (major and melodic minor), but I don’t know the scale patterns I see in the video. Is there a chart or handout with your version of these scales?
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