Guitar Scale System
Here's a short summary of the guitar scale keys and the practice modes that come in the Guitar Scale System.
Scale Mastery Key #1: Memorize your scale patterns.
Obviously, if you want to be a scale maestro, you're gonna have to learn a few patterns :)
For pentatonics, there's 5 basic positions. For diatonic scales, there's 14 because positions can overlap.
The guitar scale system will not only "show you" the right patterns,
but you'll get to "jam along" with it. You can't really learn
this in a guitar lesson.
In the "playing in various positions" practice mode, you'll be able playing to a backing track,
while the computer switches the positions every 30 seconds with an optional voice prompt ("SWITCH").
Scale Mastery Key #2:
Learn to Jump to
Anywhere on the Neck
The next practice mode provides a powerful guitar lesson whenever you practice it.
It's one thing to Know your patterns cold and being able to solo within each one of them and switch at a moment's notice... THAT'S ONLY THE FIRST STEP!
Next we need to be able to see or think of any area of the neck,
and also instantly know what pattern it is!
The "playing in various areas" practice mode lets you master this very ability.
Scale Mastery Key #3:
Learn to Switch Direction
Next you need to further hone your skills so you can improvise in a scale
and move your hand in any direction without losing your way on the neck at all.
Again, its hard to learn this from a guitar lesson. Instead, use the practice
mode #3 for this. The "Switching Direction" practice mode will have you moving in a new direction every 15 seconds with a visual prompt and optional voice prompt.
There's 3 other practice modes and they are very cool. I suggest you check out the site and try the software. It works!
Visit Guitar Scale System Now!