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Share on Facebook – http://goo.gl/rr38Rn Tweet about this – http://goo.gl/rzQsut Share on G+: http://goo.gl/9Xrsz0 Practicing scales may not be the most exciting exercise, but it can do wonders…

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46 Comments

  • Vineet Shrivastav 2 years ago

    Really Helpful.. First time i got connected to the scales. Thnx for n easy
    class. :) 

  • StrivingSinner 2 years ago

    *slowly nods off*

  • sekhar k 2 years ago

    sir excellent sir

  • Prettypinkdelhi 2 years ago

    Awesome video, wonderful explanation , please continue to upload your
    videos on music theory lessons..thx

  • Syd Pao 2 years ago

    For someone who is transitioning from the Piano to the Guitar, this video
    is painfully slow.

  • Niharika Bhangoo 2 years ago

    i donnot know barre cords can i learn scales first

  • Ateeb Ahmed 2 years ago

    thank you for this vid. Very nice explanation.

  • Dusrath Rawal 2 years ago

    Hi..parshuram bhai mene new guitar laya hai par me chal nahi sakta isliye
    me guitar class ke liye nahi jaa sakta kya aap meri help karoge
    PLEASE..guitar lesson hindi me uplod karo kyoki muje english samajh me nahi
    aata so.. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME i request u PLEASE
    HELP ME

  • Alby Evangeline 2 years ago

    Hi m Hudson is der a lesson on combinig scales?

  • Alexa Teves 2 years ago
  • sekhar k 2 years ago

    excellent

  • laxu roca 2 years ago

    Ramrai 6ina 

  • mohit gupta 2 years ago

    Awesome sir….everything is from the scratch…hats off :) 

  • Abhradeep Acharya 2 years ago

    Parshuram sir….u come up wid ckear ideas….thanx

  • Rohan Parekh 2 years ago

    You are doing an excellent job. Keep it up! :D 

  • Joseph Willies 2 years ago

    Thanks a lot for sharing these videos sir

  • Juan Arvizu 2 years ago

    Do any of you guys know what position this is? 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th?
    :0

  • Shyam Harrison 2 years ago

    This lesson is really good. Keep posting more amazing videos!

  • Grant Gerig 2 years ago

    *Chuckle* *Chuckle* im glad I took music theory. :D 

  • Dipankar Mazumdar 2 years ago

    Awesome lesson for major scales. I am now learning the major scales with
    ease. Earlier I thought that I will have to remember each and every scale
    separately, but now its a all in one process. I just want to mention one
    thing that when I tried to play the C major scale from the C note found in
    the 5th fret of the 3rd string, it did not follow the major scale finger
    pattern. Rather I had to follow 1(C)-3(D)-1(E)-2(F)-4(G)-1(A)-3(B)-4(C)…
    :-p

  • Abhishek Singh 2 years ago

    aap toh god ho sir jii .. thanx for such a wonderfull lesson as alute from
    the bottom of my heart 

  • The Popular Rocker 2 years ago

    Hi sir this is awesome I will also try to learn all this

  • Josh Johnson 2 years ago

    I love the videos man keep it up. I come from a weird place in music where
    I learned to play by ear. This is really helping me to label what is is I’m
    actually playing!

  • Matthew Taylor 2 years ago

    Great video

  • Bhagawant Kakade 2 years ago

    Explained very nicely !!!!!!
    very very useful!!!

  • ALAM FOKHRUL 2 years ago

    thank you very much..

  • Vijay Sharma 2 years ago

    This is arguably the best way of teaching guitar. Thanks Parashuram 

  • Sakshar Thakkar 2 years ago

    Good lesson… keep them coming.

  • Udit Nand Thomray 2 years ago

    why dont you guys add some animation in the videos?? it will very helpful.

  • shoaib shaikh 2 years ago

    wwhwwwh is applicable for all other scales? pls guide

  • Rajshri Learn 2 years ago
  • sein win 2 years ago

    This video gives me new idea, thank you. You the man.

  • warhero122 2 years ago

    Can some1 please explain why and how u change string and how do you know
    when?

  • mike warner 2 years ago

    That is just part of second finger position, my book did not say I am
    suppose to play in second finger position for c major scale.
    what up with that?
    I’m on Hal Leonard guitar

  • Atanu Jana 2 years ago

    Sir this vedio is very ….helpful for me…
    And I am looking for next…..

  • swati garg 2 years ago

    Hi Parsuram..I must say your videos are very helpful for beginners…I have
    just started playing.
    Can you tell me how much time should I spend in a day for practicing?

  • Hussain Sajwani 2 years ago

    could u make a video of beginner and intermediate exercises one can do on
    the guitar to get to the next level … for example exercises to make it
    easier to play individual notes i.e. being able to move fingers around
    quickly … or exercises to help play bar chords … or being able to
    identify where the notes are on the guitar without having to memorize. 

  • Harpal Singh 2 years ago

    Really Helpful Lessons…

  • Suryakant Singh 2 years ago

    thank you sir

  • ZAID LOVE 2 years ago

    U r doing vry well sir…plsr to teach it by u :) 

  • manish sarkar 2 years ago

    thank you sirji

  • umesh nawale 2 years ago

    Finally scale lessons have started….very eager to see next
    lessons….thank u sir for this wonderful lessons..

  • mike warner 2 years ago

    Can you help me with chords and chord progression, the key of c. Do you
    know of it?

  • shazz 2 years ago

    Thats a very valuable lesson. You can lessons of any song on youtube but
    you cant get such a good lesson of something so advanced yet so basic..thnk
    u sir !

  • Anurag Sharma 2 years ago

    you must attach a pickup on your guitar to get god sonnd . so that people
    can hear your guitar much clearly…Or simply play using an amp..

  • shazz 2 years ago

    Thats a very valuable lesson. You can lessons of any song on youtube but
    you cant get such a good lesson of something so advanced yet so basic..thnk
    u sir !