Indian Sliding Techniques Part II: Example 1c, 1d, & 1e

In this lesson I'm showing you ways to break the scale into small chunks to get your bearings on it. It will also show you how to expand the scale. And it will show ow to view with some common fingers you may already be using while playing other scales (primarily the "three-notes-to-a-string concept).

Ex 1c breaks it into Octaves to view in smaller portions. 

Ex. 1d takes shows you an idea of how to expand the scale by one note below and above the Closed Position. We are still using the same notes but starting to cover more area on the fretboard.

Ex 1e shows you how you can start to look at the scale using the "three-notes-to-a-string concept". It will also introduce you to some things that are going on when you move from string to string using the concept. When you move up a string you will need to move up at least one fret on the next string, and when moving down strings you will need to move back one fret. It also show how the fingering alternates between 1, 2, and 4 on one string, then fingers 1, 3, and 4 on the next string. For the next lesson this will prove true for each new string being played.