Here's a great scale exercise that helps us learn the fretboard, see new octave patterns and of course see our scale shapes even better.

Octaves are the same note just either higher or lower in pitch much like how your low E and High E are both E's, but one's higher and one's lower! The "8th" Interval idea is just taking our other intervals and choosing what the interval of the octave is, which is just going up 8 notes of our scale.

Want to see more shapes? Check out my Play Along Videos where I go through 7 Shapes of this exercise and more!

-Related Lessons-

0:30 - Major Scale Shapes | CO 7/10
2:51 - Minor Scale Shapes | CO 8/10
2:51 - Lydian Dominant Scale (Whole Neck!)
2:51 – Mixolydian (Dominant) Scale (Whole Neck!)
2:51 – Dorian Scale (Whole Neck)

PDF's - Octaves Interval ExerciseCAGED Scale ShapesMixolydianDorianLydian Dominant & Harmonic Minor

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