Moving Chord Tones

Moving with Chord Tones

A lot of guitarist learn their scales and then immediately feel trapped by them. Everyone goes through this, it is completely normal. Playing through the charts below will help you in multiple ways. It will allow you to think outside of scale shapes. It will help you to locate and identify your major and minor chord tones. Try closing your eyes when you play them, this is great practice for “feeling” your way around the fretboard. This will also force you to rely on your ear instead of your sight. 

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