Intervals Pt.5 “Diatonic Sevenths”

We have finally made it to the end of our video lesson series on all of the diatonic intervals found within the 3-notes per string major scale.

Of course, you can have intervals that extend beyond to reach of an octave, but those notes would be the same as these just raised an octave higher.

I can't express enough how important it is to make interval study a part of your daily routine. Not only will your technique improve dramatically, but your improvisations will become more musical and unpredictable at the same time. The key is to just play the patterns enough to where they are second nature to you just like regular scales, and they will pop out of your hands when improvising just as easily.

Be sure to practice these patterns with either alternate or hybrid picking or BOTH, and if you find a fingering that you feel more comfortable with instead of the ones I use, I think you should use them.

Don't forget the PDF TAB download with all of the Seventh Interval patterns here.

Seventh Intervals On The Guitar TAB PDF

Thanks a lot for following along with the whole series, let me know how it goes after practicing these patterns for a while.

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Diatonic Sevenths On The Guitar

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