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Welcome to another free guitar lesson on Guitar Scale Sequences. During this lesson you will learn about the Diatonic Fourths Sequence and hopefully take away another useful trick to use when improvising or writing melodies.


Try to play the sequence in the 5 different positions of the Ionian Scale and then do it in a few other keys to make sure you can transpose it. If you wish to learn all your scales then please see Be the Guitarist, easy to understand diagrams and full explanations.

As with previous scale sequence ideas I would like you to try apply the knowledge to other scales that you have learn such as Mixolydian for example. By doing this you will have greater command over the sequence and be able to pull out a fast flurry of diatonic fourths when you wish and in the right situation.

Tom Clark

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