This second exercise uses an octave and a half scale range. This is slightly more difficult and takes a bit of concentration to get right. Match your fingers with your vocals.
Check out my Vocal Warm Up Techniques page for details on how to hum and perform lip rolls and tongue trills.
This 3rd exercise is the most awkward until you get used to it. The scale spans one and a half octaves and 5 strings and as you move up the fret board and across the strings the fingering patterns change as the scale ascends and descends with your vocals.
This will give […]
Scales – Part 6
Take a look at the two scale diagrams below. At first glance, the G minor and G major scales at first look completely different from one another.
Look at the pattern of notes between frets 1 and 6 of the minor scale, and compare them […]
Scales – Part 5
Now you can handle the natural or pure minor scale in all twelve keys, by simply learning the Gm, as shown in parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 of this no nonsense guide. It’s time to use these minor scales to play all twelve keys of the […]
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Guitar and Vocal Warm Up Scales
Go through your hums, […]