Will Bernard

February 16, 2007

For instance, as modern jazz ace Will Bernard detailed in this article, if you apply a three-notes-per-string approach to the whole-tone scale—or a four-notes-per-string approach to the whole/half (fully diminished) scale—you’ll find they blaze up and down the neck with easy-to-memorize diagonal patterns. (Tip: The only hiccup in these patterns is the added distance of one extra fret between the third- and second-string neck positions.)

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