The Clever Way to Learn & Practice Bluegrass Music
Now that you've practiced your picking technique on the mandolin let's add in your fretting hand and learn some scales.
The G major scale is the scale associated with the G major chord and is a great starting place for developing your left hand technique.
This is the second part to the G major scale and is essentially just and extension of the lower octave scale that you learned in lesson 8.1.
Now that you know the low octave and the higher octave scale, let's combine them to create a two octave G major scale.
In this lesson you are going to learn the C major scale. This scale is associated with the C chord that we covered in a previous lesson.
Did you know you can play a C major scale from a note other than C? Keep reading to learn how.