Get Unstuck From The Same Old Guitar Scale Position

Tommaso Zillio

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Direct question: when you play a guitar solo are you able to move all around the fretboard, or do you get stuck in the same position on the neck?

If getting stuck is not your problem, then this video is not for you! I'll see you next week, for the next video!

If instead you find that you are unable to change position on your guitar while you play a solo, then this video is for you.

Here you will learn a simple way to break out the same old scale pattern so that you can move freely on all the fretboard, from the lowest frets to the highest ones. And as a bonus you are going to learn how to write a few cool licks as well:

And if you need some help in integrating these ideas in your daily practice, here are some suggestions for setting up a sustainable guitar practice routine that is fun and does not stress you out:

If you liked this tip on connecting scales and you want to know much more about pentatonic scales and how to play them all over the fretboard - and how to use them in any kind of musical situation - have a look at this Scales for Blues guitar course. The tricks you learn in this course will work also on Rock, Metal, Pop, and Jazz (as these are all Blues-based guitar styles)


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