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Reinhardt  
23 Mar 2010 05:24 | Quote
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Why does all the positions of the major scale change when I go from G to A ????
EMB5490  
23 Mar 2010 06:01 | Quote
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bc the g string is fked up ;) its werid normally the 5th fret would equal the open of the next string. but its the 4th on thh g
Guitarslinger124  
23 Mar 2010 06:03 | Quote
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I'm not sure if I understand your question, but I'll stab at an answer anyway. If you mean, G major to A major, the positions change because you are in a new key. The patterns for each scale/mode remain the same but G Ionian and A Ionian are at different finger positions. Generally G starts at the 3rd finger position while A is at the 5th. So to go from G to A, just shift everything up a whole step.
EMB5490  
23 Mar 2010 06:16 | Quote
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o i thought he meant the difference between the g string from the rest... the diff from the scales is obvious... since it starts on a different note it cant be in the same place...
guitarmastergod  
23 Mar 2010 07:34 | Quote
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^its the B string thats fudged, not the G string
Reinhardt  
23 Mar 2010 08:33 | Quote
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Im still confused, somebody told me this on a youtube comment

"each pattern is based on the key of E Major, even they don't all start on E. It is an easy way to utilize the whole finger board. Hope this helps."

How do i know which pattern to use with what key?
telecrater  
23 Mar 2010 09:43 | Quote
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It's not fuggered up your just looking at it wrong.

Get this video

http://secure.nps1.net/guitarworld/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=46&zenid=sflkrmm545sc36321e3ujp6a73

It will relay help explain things.

Actually Part 2 is out I'm going to get it soon.
Reinhardt  
23 Mar 2010 09:58 | Quote
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I just figured it all out!! finaly I understand scales :D

Well maybe just the basic like .000001% of it but atleast I understand how it works a little bit!! ^_^
Guitarslinger124  
23 Mar 2010 10:18 | Quote
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Reinhardt says:

"each pattern is based on the key of E Major, even they don't all start on E. It is an easy way to utilize the whole finger board. Hope this helps."


Unless you misunderstood that person, and they really meant, every pattern in the key of E major is based off the same notes...which would still be a crappy way to explain it...you should not take advice from them anymore.
JustJeff  
23 Mar 2010 10:33 | Quote
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Youtube: The place where everyone knows everything... and it's all wrong.
Reinhardt  
23 Mar 2010 13:38 | Quote
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Lol as im reading back to my first post on this topic I see its a very stupid question and have learned alot since this morning :)


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