Major Scale and Arpeggio - Shape 3

Illustrated in A Major

The Shape 3 Major Scale is an alternate moveable root-6 (meaning that the 6th string contains the root of the scale) major scale. This example is illustrated in A major and should be practiced in all available positions. [[{"type":"media", "view_mode":"media_large", "fid":"20", "attributes":{"class":"media-image", "typeof":"foaf:Image", "style":""}}]]

Scale Fingerings

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Scale Tones

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Arpeggio Fingerings

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Arpeggio Tones

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