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Major Scale Mastery: Level 1 Reviews?

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#21 k9kaos



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Posted 12 April 2017 - 05:03 AM

I got both the level 1 & 2. 


Worked my way through level 1......


The first video was straightforward, got thru in one or two tries (days)

The second... a week or two....

The third. Well, that was a bit of a challenge! 


Finally got thru it and thought "Yay!!!" I'm on to Level 2.


And now I see the fun has just begun!!

Working on Level 2, workout 1. 

Several 'lightbulb' moments for me regarding scales and just the general layout of the fretboard. 


Using these as my warmup, and having fun!  :biggrin:


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#22 Fireman9170



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Posted 19 February 2018 - 01:41 PM

Steve, does this program replace the old "learn and master " set? I have that and haven't started yet. I want to get going soon, that set seems a bit intimidating to me. If not how does this fit in with that?

#23 Steve Krenz

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Posted 24 February 2018 - 01:50 PM



No.  The fretboard workout is a series of workouts on a specific skill - in this case, learning the Major Scales. 


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Thanks and I hope all is well.


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