Guitar Scales – Beginners to Advanced

Guitar Scales – Beginners to Advanced

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Welcome to Essential Guitar Lessons and our Focused Guitar Scales Course. Get great results when you learn how to play scales the right way.

This course is designed to increase your knowledge of the fret board and to assist you in your solo playing. You’ll learn how to use all the scales and the theory behind each one.

All solos are built from scales so they’re an important part of lead guitar. With our method you will fast track your playing and be able to apply the skills you’ve learnt to constructing your own guitar solos.

Save time searching the internet, all the guitar scales you’ll ever need have been gather on our easy to navigate website.

We guarantee you immediate results with our professionally designed step-by-step course you’ll find it easy to develop all the scales on guitar with each scale broken down to its core.

You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to learn guitar scales and take your lead guitar playing to the next level even if you’ve never played a scale before or just want to fill the gaps in your guitar solos.

You’ll never feel rushed, get stuck or find a new skill too hard, with an easy to follow arrow, close-ups of both hands and onscreen tabs you get everything in one spot to guitar solo.

You’re never alone if you have any questions you can use the contact the teacher button and we’ll get back to you with a quick response.

So, come and join thousands of students learning how to play guitar scales the right way and getting better results than ever before.

Modules


Level 1 - Beginners Scales-All Major and Minor Pentatonic Scales-All Blues Scales-All Octave Pentatonic Scales

  • Beginners Scales – Em pentatonic 1st position 7m Free Preview

  • Beginners Scales – Em pentatonic 2nd position 5m Free Preview

Level 2 - Intermediate Scales-All Major and Minor Scales-Caged Scales-Octave Scales-Scale Theory

Level 3 - Advanced Scales-Modes-Harmonic Minor Scales-Chromatic, Diminished and Whole Tone Scales