DYI explanation on how to adjust the intonation on your electric guitar
Moveable Pentatonic diagrams, Notation, and Tablature for C Major, A minor, F Major, D minor, G Major, and E minor.
This is a reference layout of the tones in C Major and A minor up to the twelfth fret of your guitar. The Sharps and Flats have been omitted so you can learn the relationships in one key and then transpose them to all twelve keys. Page two includes complete instructions on how to apply the information. Product #MMP1002
CAGED chord and scale system provides the guitar player with scales and chord "grip" or "shapes" that span the entire range of the guitar neck. This reference guide gives you the tools necessary to play in all twelve keys with moveable fingerings. Page two includes full explanation and application. Product #MMP1001
This product is a scale fingering outline for the CAGED System. Includes 5 fingerings for 7 modes, Pentatonic scales and Blues Scales in the key of C Major and A minor. Page two has complete explanation how to apply each of the finger patterns. Delivered in a Pdf.
This exercise combines several techniques: Arpeggio’s over seventh chords. Ear training to recognize each chord quality in a Diatonic Scale. Scale tones connect the arpeggios. Economy picking (sweeping or one consistent direction). Alternate picking. Try using alternate picking throughout the entire exercise. The entire exercise is performed in a single position from fret 4 to fret 7 spanning two Octaves. Re-organize all of the tones into scale order. Shift the entire fingering one fret higher or lower (transpose) and learn the new Key.