If you play Jazz Guitar then you will often be confronted with learning and practicing scales. The major scale, pentatonic scale or a jazz scale like melodic minor.
A big part of the vocabulary and the material that you use when you are improvising is linked to scales in some form or other and it is common to practice scales on a daily basis.
But of course, you want to also make sure that you can actually make music with it and think a little bit about how and what you practice
0:23 Jazz and Scales – What you Need and How to Learn It
1:00 #1 Learn To Play The Scale
1:07 Start with a Scale Position
1:47 How To Play The Scale – what is important
2:26 Connecting Positions
2:52 Next Level After Positions
3:26 #2 Music Theory
3:40 Learn The Notes(!)
4:14 The Basic Things You Need To Know
4:50 Finding the material available with Music Theory
6:08 #3 Making Music With The Scale
6:11 It’s not all exercises
7:23 Cmaj7 in G major example
How To Learn and Practice Scales for Jazz Guitar
How do you practice and learn scales for Jazz Guitar? These videos go over different approaches and practice strategies with exercises for scale practice.
When you learn a scale on guitar because you want to use it to play jazz guitar and improvise then there are many things you need to know and some things that can make your practice more efficient. These videos will give you ideas on how to work on this and build a scale practice routine or strategy that fits your way of working.
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