Seven Strings A Minor Scale CAGED

by Joe Kataldo

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  • Keep digging on seven strings guitar, today is time to learn A minor scale in combination with CAGED System.

    This Lesson Will Improve

    Scale knowledge

    Sevens Strings Guitar

    Seven Strings A minor Scale CAGED - A minor - 100 bpm

    This study will show you the five CAGED shapes played first from the sixth string ascending and then descending down to the seventh string, forcing you to see these five patters as made by the sixth string shape plus the seventh string, instead of learn five new shapes, you have only to memorize the notes on the new string.

    Theory Focus

    The CAGED System is a way of breaking down the neck of the guitar in 5 different parts using common major chord and building scale shapes around them. CAGED is the sequences of the chords used as reference and repeat endless.

    Techniques Focus

    Start practicing with no-tempo" spending some time on each of the five shapes, before to attempt the whole study, remember...if you are making mistakes during execution, you are practicing mistakes.

    Pro Tips

    Actually this exercise works for six strings too. If you not already know the CAGED system and wanna learn it on normal guitar first, simply ignore the seventh string, shapes remain the same.

    Keep Practicing!

    Joe Kataldo

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