Do You Truly Understand When
And Where To Use Guitar Scales?

Discover The Essential Guitar Scales & Patterns That
Every Guitar Player Needs To Know

Understanding Guitar Scales Isn't Hard...

Only one answer in the quiz is correct, and that is:
b) C# minor. But why?

C# minor is the relative minor of E major. The relative minor is always the best place to solo, and it is easy to find.

Here's a Rule of Thumb to find the relative minor: simply go three frets down from the major root note - in this case, use E at the 12th fret.

That is just one of the many handy patterns I will teach you about guitar scales, each of which will save you time and brainpower!

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I'll send you a free cheatsheet that will show you the best scale patterns to use in the key of E. There are actually 11 patterns identified right on this cheatsheet!

Guitar Scale Patterns will change the way you view your entire fretboard, and open up the doors for you to take your guitar to new heights.

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