bloodbath666, pranavpahwa, The Shredder, Captain Morgan I appreciate your comments and suggestions!
The more questions I ask the more questions pop up let me tell yah, haha
Like what is a circle of fifths, what is ear training exactly, etc.!
So I have some searching to do...and researching, studying.
The more one learns the easier it all gets right
quote by The Shredder...and a question
Learn the five scale patterns for each basic scale (Harmonic minor, melodic minor, pentatonic, major, natural minor) and learn how to shift them around into different keys. Once you have mastered the five patterns for a specific scale, play through that scale all through the fingerboard (mostly what I do at the moment). This works wonders for improvisation
Q: So a extended scale is the same scale shifted into different keys (different fingering pattern, same notes, different key) , broken up into pieces, played the entire neck and thats how/what an extended scale is ?
^^^did that Q even make sense? haha
thanks for bearing with me, it will click eventually, the OLE ADD kicks in heavy sometimes