Great topic Vasilije!
If your goal is complete improvisational freedom - you need to be able to play a line anywhere on the fretboard, and of course also be able to visualize your scale boxes regardless of where you are on the guitar neck.
Very useful lesson Vasilije. Playing same melody in different positions is very important in order to unlock whole guitar fretboard and work on different fingering possibilities.
Useful indeed, well done Vasilije.
Well done Vasilije!
Very useful lesson Vasilije!!! Great stuff!!
Thanks guys! I think that positions are essential to guitar playing!
Nice lesson Vasilije! Very useful.
Very useful topic Vasilije, this is a must for all jazz players, but other players as well!
Great line(s) & topic Vasilije
Great lesson and concept!
Great topic. Everyone should learn to move all across the fretboard with no problems. This lesson is great for that. Well done
Important topic Vasilije - well done!
Good lesson about a crucial topic
awesome and important lesson, great job
I will demonstrate one way of practicing scale positions on guitar, using 4 different positions across the neck. We have lead melody which is later played all around the neck, sometimes all is played in one particular position without moving your left hand, sometimes the left hand is moved to reach higher frets.
This is a very complex lead line we have here with intervals skipping and arpeggios, so keep in mind that you really need to know the scales all around the neck for being able to achieve positions change in real time. Also, it is good way to practice positions changes by taking simple line, or pattern and moving it all around the neck. Arpeggios used are A# minor 7, D# 7, G# maj7, C# maj7, A# dim7, F minor.