practicing scales...what next..pls help me

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by guitarhash, Jul 20, 2006.

  1. guitarhash

    guitarhash New Member

    hi everyone, am new to guitar..right now am practicing scales..i finished C,Cm,G,Gm,D,Dm,E,Em,A,Am. i have no idea what i should do next??? i dont have master, can anyone help me what i should learn very much interested to bcame a lead player...and i like to play songs...but i cant identify in which scale i should to know that???
  2. Saptashaw

    Saptashaw PRO Tabber

    You answered your question yourself. Get yourself a teacher asap.
  3. cronix

    cronix New Member

    ^^^^ya i agree.... atleast u do need a teacher at the beginning stage....
  4. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    You dont need to start off with scales, first learn some solos or songs

    get tabs for some solos and start practicing
    soon(if you practice scales well) you will start to see familiar scale patterns in them
  5. guitarhash

    guitarhash New Member

    the problem is i dont know how to identify in which scale i should play a song...
    how u get that???
  6. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    Be more specific
    What are you trying to play the melody of a song or solos?
    And do you mean u want to know what the right pitch for a song is?
  7. guitarhash

    guitarhash New Member

    i want to play solo..and yes i want to identify the correct pitch...
  8. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    Only way to get the right pitch is to listen to the song very well

    maybe try to play along with the song and see if it sounds good
  9. zing

    zing Machine Head

    step 1: dont look at scales in isolation - like C major, C minor, D major, etc...
    look at them as patterns - major pattern, minor pattern etc - then u get all the 12 major & 12 minor scales just by shifting the major/minor pattern up/down the neck

    u can get patterns here

    step 2: to get the pitch & scale of any song - try to play along with it - shift the scales up/down & see which one fits

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