Navigating the CMajor Scale - Low G

Mastering the positions of the C Major Scale - Low G

Published: 19 Sep 2018 Updated: 19 Sep 2018Visits: 85Code: UL6SUF-CMaj-Low-G

Topic: Scales Instruments: ukulele Subjects: Scales • Major • Principles • Fingerings

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Navigating the CMajor Scale - Low G

The first lesson on Navigating the C Major Scale did not include string four when using C Tuning - High G. I mentioned that mastering the positions and scale using strings three, two and one would set you up for expanding any position to the lower string four.

End of Lesson - Thanks, Hope You Enjoyed It!

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