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Picking up with the next phase of reading standard notation, we start looking at reading in keys other than C. The key of G major has only one note different from C major, which is F#.
This lesson starts with some scale exercises that help your brain and fingers prepare to read a song in a different key. This can of course be applied to any key and we will be addressing other common guitar keys soon.
The lesson also touches on the relative minor key, E minor.
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