The Most Important Guitar Lesson I Ever Had - Learn Every Scale In Every Position

The Most Important Guitar Lesson I Ever Had - Learn Every Scale In Every Position

This is NOT a beginners lesson. Also I know I've written E twice, it was simply a typo. One of them should be Eb.

Here's a video on the most important guitar lesson I ever had. Using this technique you'll quickly learn and master the guitar fretboard and learn every scale and arpeggio in every position on the guitar. I'm playing a Gibson Les Paul into a Marshall DSL 100 H amp.

Marshall amps are here: https://reverb.com/marketplace?query=marshall%20amps&_aid=simons

Les Paul's here:

https://reverb.com/marketplace?query=les%20paul%20&_aid=simons

The Most Important Guitar Lesson I Ever Had - Learn Every Scale In Every Position

The Most Important Guitar Lesson I Ever Had - Learn Every Scale In Every Position

By: Simon Smith

This is NOT a beginners lesson. Also I know I've written E twice, it was simply a typo. One of them should be Eb.

Here's a video on the most important guitar lesson I ever had. Using this technique you'll quickly learn and master the guitar fretboard and learn every scale and arpeggio in every position on the guitar. I'm playing a Gibson Les Paul into a Marshall DSL 100 H amp.

Marshall amps are here: https://reverb.com/marketplace?query=marshall%20amps&_aid=simons

Les Paul's here:

https://reverb.com/marketplace?query=les%20paul%20&_aid=simons

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