Melodic Scales banjo tabs

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  • G Scales

    Intermediate

    This is a comprehensive look at the essential G scale patterns for playing melodic banjo. Some of the fingerings are weird at first, so practice slow and stick with it!

    • Key G
    • 100 bpm
    • Tuning gDGBD
    Play G Scales
  • C Scales

    Intermediate

    You'll notice that the C scales use very similar positions to the G scales. The main difference between G and C is one note. C scales include F natural, and G scales have F#.

    • Key C
    • 100 bpm
    • Tuning gDGBD
    Play C Scales
  • D Scales

    Intermediate

    D major is one of the more difficult keys to play melodic in because of the large stretch from the 9th fret 3rd string with your pinky to the 5th fret first string with your index finger.

    • Key D
    • 100 bpm
    • Tuning aDGBD
    Play D Scales

Learn how to play Melodic Scales on banjo. Choose from these tab arrangements - G Scales, C Scales, and D Scales or learn all three! Discover ear-catching licks to see new ways of playing this song. Use tempo control to slow down playback speed and speed up feature to learn how to play fast.

Practice with backing tracks or use hide notes feature, to learn how to play Melodic Scales with your ears. You can also use memory train feature to hide more and more notes everytime you pass thru the whole song.

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