How to Play the Natural Minor Scale
Learn how to play a one octave Natural Minor Scale in the First Position. A useful scale that provides insight into how G Major and E Minor are related
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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