How to Play a G Major Scale on the Guitar
The Major Scale begins on a root note (the key note) and extends through 7 notes that relate strongly harmonically to the root note before resolving itself on another root note an Octave (8th note) higher. The distances between each note in the scale are called intervals and it is these that define it's sound so significantly. Try playing this scale on the guitar with the help of the lesson video and see how it sounds:
Here is the Tab and Notation so that you can practice reading and playing at the same time. Notice that this scale is in the first position, which means that your fingers are positioned so that your first finger covers the first fret, your second the second and so on.
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