Learn My Easy To Follow Method Of Dominating The Fretboard With The Pentatonic

And Diatonic Scales

 

Without memorizing lots of complicated music theory, interval sequences and other confusing jargon

 

 
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Tell Me If This Sounds Familiar.....

 

You've been playing the guitar for a long time. You love it. You're passionate about it. 

 

BUT........

 

You're not quite where you'd like to be as a guitar player. You spend a lot of time on YouTube and social media watching lots of different videos where people talk about the "secrets to mastering the guitar neck"

 

You hear a lot about scales, arpeggios, the CAGED system, relative majors and minors etc.

 

 

And it all gets overwhelming and confusing

Quick Story:

I had a great guitar teacher when I was a kid growing up in East Texas in the 1990s. His name was John DeFoore.

 

After my first few years of lessons, I started to show some promise and John tried to teach me how to play scale patterns

 

I hated it! 

 

They were so boring and didn't sound like anything I wanted to play

 

Plus, John was into folk, bluegrass and country music and I loved rock and metal 

Then One Day I Came Into Lessons And He Handed Me A Guitar World Magazine With Zakk Wylde On The Cover

 

He knew that the mighty Zakk Wylde was one of my favorite players and he opened up the magazine to an interview with the him and said "read this":

 

Here is what it said:

 

"One of the most important things that any guitar player can do is develop a really solid grip of the pentatonic and diatonic scales as those form the foundation for slamming out killer leads"- Zakk Wylde 

 

So I Surrendered: The Truth Was Staring Me In The Face

 

I decided to listen to what my guitar teacher had to teach me.

 

He showed me a really simple way to dominate the guitar neck using my pentatonic and diatonic scales and how to use them in any major or minor key.

 

He also showed me a very simple way to use those patterns I had already learned to play in the Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian and Aeolian modes. 

 

And most importantly, he showed my how to practice these scales along with music to make it fun, engaging and practical 

 

And once I got this down, my playing went to a completely new level and I became obsessed with the guitar

 

That's why I'm here with you today. I wanna show you what John DeFoore showed me all those years ago that really took my guitar playing to the next level

INTRODUCING......

My Easy To Follow Online Guitar Mini-Course Designed To Help You Master The Fretboard With The Pentatonic and Diatonic Scales 

 

I want to show you the easy to follow method that really opened up the guitar for me and took my playing to the next level 

The "Guitar Scales Fundamentals" course makes fretboard mastery engaging and fun with a simple 3 step process 

 

Step 1: Learn and memorize a  clearly laid out sequence of scale patterns 

Step 2. See how the scale patterns in the sequence connect to each other

 

Step 3. Apply a few simple rules to move the scale sequences around and cover the guitar neck in any key or mode

 


And then suddenly without realizing it, you're covering the guitar neck with your pentatonic and diatonic scales in any key AND you've set an amazing foundation for ANY style of lead guitar playing that interests you 

Here's What You'll Get Inside "Guitar Scale Fundamentals"

  • How To Play The Five Pentatonic Scale Patterns
  • How The Pentatonic Scale Patterns Connect To Each Other In One Long and Beautiful Sequence¬†
  • How To Play The 5 Diatonic (major scale) Patterns
  • How The 5 Diatonic Scale Patterns Connect To Each Other In One Long Beautiful Sequence¬†
  • How To Cover The Fretboard Using Your Pentatonic and Diatonic Scale Patterns In ANY Major Or Minor Key Using A Few Simple And Easy To Follow Rules¬†
  • How To Shift In Between The Scale Patterns To Create Amazing Lead Lines
  • An easy to follow, no B.S. guide to the modes of the major scale
  • An easy way to play, memorize and use the Dorian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, Phrygian and Lydian Modes
  • A list of songs in the Dorian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, Phrygian and Lydian Modes to play along with
  • Over 2 Hours Of Video Content Spread Across 15 Different Lessons
  • ¬†
  • Lesson Videos Shot W Closeups Of My Right And Left Hands
  • Downloadable TABS In PDF Form For All The Lessons
  • Links To Backing Tracks And Songs To Practice Your Scales Along With¬†
  • Ability To Download All The Lesson Videos And View Them Any Time Online Or Offline¬†
  • Ability To Slow Down All Lesson Videos
  • Personal Access To Me In The Comments Section Of Each Video¬†

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The Lesson Videos (which you can slow down to half speed) are shot in HD and feature closeups of my right and left hands

 

You'll also have TABS for all the course lessons 

The Guitar Scales Fundamentals

Course Isn't Going To Bog You Down With A Bunch Of Complicated Music Theory

 

What I've noticed in nearly 20 years of teaching guitar is that people tend to make this more complicated than it needs to be. They try and memorize a bunch of theory, complicated interval sequences and other fancy jargon that doesn't translate to usable fretboard mastery.

 

But when I show them this method of learning scales and modes, everything starts to click.

 

In Fact........

The Most Common Response I Get When I Share This Method With My One-On-One Guitar Students Is: Wow....This Is SO Much Easier Than The Way I Was Trying To Do This

 

And perhaps most importantly: I'll be showing you how to play these scales along with music 

 

I'll be proving you with links to backing tracks and songs to play along with as well as a master list of songs in the Dorian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, Phrygian and Lydian modes. I'll show you how to play along with these songs thereby making the whole process  engaging, fun and musical 

And because this method is so effective, I can charge $1200 to teach it to my one-one-one students 

 


 

If you came to me for one-on-one lessons and were serious about your progress, we could probably get through the material covered in this course in about 8 1-hour lessons

 

My current rate for one-on-one lessons is $150 per hour that would come to $1200.

 

But I wanted to package this method into a course that anyone could follow, at their own pace for an affordable rate.

 

So, I'm offering you the Guitar Scales Fundamentals Course for a one time payment of $47

 

That's just 4% of what you'd pay if we covered this material together in one-on-one lessons 

Join Guitar Scale Fundamentals

Now! 

Unlock the fretboard and take your playing to the next level with "Guitar Scale Fundamentals" for just one easy payment of $47

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No risk, 30-days money-back guarantee, no questions asked.

 

 

That‚Äôs right: Go through the course, follow the steps, put in the work, and if you don‚Äôt love it in the first 30 days of your purchase, send me an email ([email protected]) and I‚Äôll refund you immediately. No questions asked, no hard feelings.

The Guitar Scales Fundamentals

Course Is A Perfect Companion Course To My Genre Specific Courses Like Flatpicking Mastery Or Country Guitar Essentials

 

Those courses are all about nailing down the specific techniques, licks, ideas, solos and tunes to really speak the language of those styles

 

Underneath it all though, lies the alphabet and the basic building blocks of lead guitar.

 

That's why Guitar Scale Fundamentals Is Also A Great Standalone Course: It Teaches An Engaging and Fun Way To Master The Most Basic Building Block Of ALL Styles Of Lead Guitar: SCALES

Guitar Scale Fundamentals Mini-Course

$47

  • over 2 hours of video content spread across 15 lessons
  • How to master your pentatonic and diatonic scale patterns and play them in any major or minor key
  • A No B.S. guide to the modes of the major scale
  • An easy way to play and use the Dorian, Mixolydian, Phrygian, Aeolian and Lydian Modes
  • Links to backing tracks and songs to practice along with
  • Lesson videos shot in HD with closeups of my picking and fretting hands
  • Tabs for all the lessons
  • Ability to slow down all the lesson videos
  • Ability to download all lesson videos and view them anytime online or offline
  • Access to me in the comments section of each lesson video
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I Tell My Students To Think Of Lead Guitar As A Language

 

A language that has many different accents, dialects, vocabulary words and slang. Underneath it all though......The Language Is All Based Around The Letters In The Alphabet

 

These Scales ARE The Alphabet That Underlie ALL Styles Of Lead Guitar Playing 

Imagine how it will feel to finally master your scales on the guitar...

 

How would it feel to really be comfortable moving up and down the guitar neck in ANY key?

 

How much would it enhance your learning of niche specific styles like blues, rock, bluegrass, country and metal?

 

How much more fun would it be every time you pick up the guitar knowing you can dominate the fretboard effortlessly?

 

How would it feel to FINALLY get out of that guitar playing rut you've been in for years? 

 

Most importantly: how much would your love of playing this instrument and of music in general deepen by learning this material?

 

 But If You Don't Try Something New.....

 

 Everything is going to stay the same. You will play the same scales, licks and patterns and you will feel stuck and uninspired.

 

It doesn’t have to be this way!

 

You can do this - mastering your guitar scales doesn't have to be super complicated. Let me simplify it for you. I’m proof that it’s possible and I’m here to coach you every step of the way and make your life easier!

 

Join Guitar Scale Fundamentals

Now! 

Unlock the fretboard and take your playing to the next level with "Guitar Scale Fundamentals" for just one easy payment of $47

Join "Guitar Scale Fundamentals"

I Really Do Believe That ANYONE Who Plays Lead Guitar (In Any Style) And Wants To Improve Should Have A Rock Solid Understanding Of The Pentatonic And Diatonic Scale Patterns

 

I look forward to sharing this method of mastering the guitar scales with you. Can't wait to see you on the inside

 

Let's master the fretboard together!

 

Aaron Jaxon 

 

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