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How to learn the fretboard in Open-E: C Major Scale

Continuing my post from last week on learning the fretboard in Open-E using the fretboard markers, now we are going to map out the fretboard using the notes of the C Major Scale. Composed of the notes C D E F G A B, this is a great way to learn all the natural notes (no sharps or flats) on the fretboard. Try to dedicate 5 minutes a day, 5-6 days a week. Over the course of a few weeks, your knowledge of the fretboard will increase dramatically!

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