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The 2-2 rule. You can find the same name note from any location on the fretboard by traveling two strings up (towards the high E string) and two frets down (towards the twelfth fret). This holds true EXCEPT when you are crossing from the 3rd String (G) to the 2nd (B) because these are tuned differently then the rest of the guitar. These two concepts alone will give you a much better picture of the fretboard. Credit: https://wireandwood.wordpress.com/category/music-theory/pentatonic-scales/

The 2-2 rule. You can find the same name note from any location on the fretboard by traveling two strings up (towards the high E string) and two frets down (towards the twelfth fret). This holds true EXCEPT when you are crossing from the 3rd String (G) to the 2nd (B) because these are tuned differently then the rest of the guitar. These two concepts alone will give you a much better picture of the fretboard. Credit: https://wireandwood.wordpress.com/category/music-theory/pentatonic-scales/

Guitar Aerobics: A 52-Week, One-lick-per-day Workout Program for Developing, Improving and Maintaining Guitar Technique Bk/online audio: Troy Nelson: 9781423414353: Amazon.com: Books

Guitar Aerobics: A 52-Week, One-lick-per-day Workout Program for Developing, Improving and Maintaining Guitar Technique Bk/online audio: Troy Nelson: 9781423414353: Amazon.com: Books

Here are some basic major modes and arpeggio inversions presented in ways that made sense to me. ***ALSO SEE HARMONIC AND MELODIC MINOR MODES AND ARPEGGIOS***

Here are some basic major modes and arpeggio inversions presented in ways that made sense to me. ***ALSO SEE HARMONIC AND MELODIC MINOR MODES AND ARPEGGIOS***