|Three Positions, Two Octaves, Part 1
Three Positions, Two Octaves, Part 1
In this lesson, Danny introduces you to his fingerboard concept of Three Positions, Two Octaves. One of the challenges of the banjo is finding the right place to play a melody. Danny shows you how learning to look at the banjo neck in two octaves at once helps you make good choices about where to play specific melodies. It also helps you with fretting-hand strength and improvisation. You learned the patterns in the lesson on Fingerboad Logic, but this lesson elaborates on that lesson, helping you get more comfortable playing all over the fingerboard. In this video, Danny shows you the three major scale forms, using the G major scale, in two octaves.
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