We're now gonna do the G major scale, on
the fourth string.
Now if we play that in position, playing
across the fretboard,
we're playing it like this.
But, we're gonna play it lengthwise.
Again, as we did with the other two
Here we go. So.
Don't worry about which finger you use.
The important thing are the notes.
And to name the notes so that, you know,
what they are.
Let those notes kinda pop out in your
mind, in your imagination.
Let that little light go on every time you
press G, A, B, C.
B, E, F-sharp, G and back again.
And plant that in your mind.
Now we're going to play the, the tenth
That same scale, starting on the tenth
which is here.
There we go.
That sound note.
There is on the first one we did, an
Now here we are, an octave higher.
So, we start here on the B.
B, C, D, E, F sharp, G, A.
B, A, G, F sharp, E, D, C, B, and that's
our scale, there.
So now, we're gonna play those two
The an anchor note the root note the G
On the fourth string, and the tenth on the
Again I'll change the fingering as I play
as I feel just think about the notes, and
the learn the notes as you play them.
And then we can play around with this too.
So that is the, the G scale, in tenths,
played with the with the, the root note,
the anchor note on the fourth string.