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My question is as we are working through the scales, every 7 notes we change Octaves right? For example, going through scale one, on the 8th note we start a new Octave, but what is the key each new 7 note pattern is in? The one we started with such as G orA on string one? 
I was also wondering if you had a chart that had all  patterns on it so I could see the overlaps better and really be able to improvise on the neck?
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Also note that at every C, it is the exact same pattern as it is from the low E string...three big stretches, two middle finger patterns, two ring finger patterns (3BS, 2 MF, 2 RF) with the root note of the octave (C in this case) starting on the 2nd big stretch such that pattern 1 on C starts with 2 big stretches.  Just account for the warp zone on strings B and high E

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Thanks for the fast response and clarification too. I got to thinking about it when playing those circular scales and some of the notes overlapped with other patterns at the bottom. Thanks for the fretboard  layout too Craig. I am a super newbie.

I was also wondering if anyone knows if there is somewhere on the site, or has any advice on picking the right strings. I am very poor because I watch the left hand to follow the patterns, but my right hand is always a string off up or down.

Thanks for everyone's help.

 

Joe

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5 minutes ago, Joe Zuke said:

Thanks for the fast response and clarification too. I got to thinking about it when playing those circular scales and some of the notes overlapped with other patterns at the bottom. Thanks for the fretboard  layout too Craig. I am a super newbie.

I was also wondering if anyone knows if there is somewhere on the site, or has any advice on picking the right strings. I am very poor because I watch the left hand to follow the patterns, but my right hand is always a string off up or down.

Thanks for everyone's help.

 

Joe

@Joe ZukeIn ultimate guitar grid mastery course in module one you will see picking exercises. Also, from one of the courses there is this you tube video should help you a lot.  

 

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