Hexatonic Scale Guitar Lesson – Jazz Guitar Scales

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Hexatonic Scale Guitar Lesson -- Jazz Guitar Scales



Hexatonic Scale Guitar Lesson - Jazz Guitar Scales


How’s it going, guys? This is John McClennan
with guitarcontrol.com, excited to bring you
this lesson, continuing our discussion on the
hexatonic scale. What we’re looking at here is
a lick in the 10th position. Again, the hexatonic
is a major scale with the fourth note removed.

We’re in the key of G and what we’re going to
play here is a G major 7: 10, 12, 11, 12.
If you want, you can also play the high string
on 10 or you can just stop right here.
And the lick starts right on the 10th fret,
which is a nice color note on that chord.

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