MAJOR SCALE LICKS EBOOK!
Diatonic Major Scale Guitar Licks. Developing an Angus Young Style Sound. Much of what guitar legend Angus Young plays during his lead guitar solo's. Here Ill show you two licks that will help you connect the positions of your major scale. Licks like these are a great way to spend your practice. In Foundation 1 we looked at the Major Scale Pattern 1 and and I just asked you to There are not as many "licks" as there are in blues style playing - the major.
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Since, C major is one of the chords, the C will clash.
Major scale licks?
Another clue is that D7 is played, which includes a C not a C! Regardless, the fact that the song starts and ends with a D implies that major scale licks soloing should probably be somewhat centered on D.
Play One Scale When you play one scale, you want to match the key. Since it is the key of G, you can play a G major scale or G major pentatonic over the whole song without any clashing notes. If you want to think in terms of D, major scale licks is probably good for this song, play the D mixolydian mode.
It uses the same notes as G major, but you are rooted on D.
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The only difference between D mixolydian and D major is You guessed it! You can learn about all the modes, including mixolydian in my lesson on Modes.
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- Option 1: Play One Scale
Option 2 Match the Scale to the Chord Play the major or major pentatonic scale major scale licks on the chord root. That works perfectly too. The benefit of this approach is that the root, 3rd, and 5th notes of the major scale are the 3 notes of the major chord.
C major chords consist of C E G. Shifting the root helps you change one thing and use the same pattern to recognize the chord tones.
I like to teach people to learn the chord — scale relationship so they can switch back and forth. Mix Pentatonics Choosing a scale is all about matching the notes to the chords.
The D major pentatonic scale omits the C that is dissonant over the C major chord, so it is major scale licks perfect fit and might be the major scale licks scale to use on this song!
So the idea now is to try and use the scale to make up a solo. The way to do it is to use a backing track and jam along.
Major Scale Licks
It's the track I use for the demo stuff If you prefer to record yourself or jam you can use the chords in the key of G in any order: Stick to the scale notes - other notes are likely to sound horrible, and the point of the exercise is to explore the Major Scale for improvising.
It's a good idea to stay mostly on the thinner strings, thick strings major scale licks sounds tend to get mushed up in the bass frequencies and not sound as good.
Make sure you play a bit and then stop, play and then stop.
This is assuming the student wants to do more than just play his favorite song. Heres a list of major scale licks order of things that should be focused on by a beginner: Major scale licks Chords standard open position chordsBasic Scale pattern fragment very simple 2 or 3 line box patternSimple fun songs for chord practice and maybe even a little simple soloing, Basic Theory very basic as not to overwhelm the studentPossible sight reading Very simple techniques.
The lower stuff should be introduced subtly and without any requirement.
Like if your teaching a pull-off you would do it very quickly but just mention a word about it when the context is right.