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Hey guys, today I am going to share with you this powerful exercises that will challenge (and motivate) many of you.
I was thinking how easy it is to transpose the same melody on two octaves on the piano. Each octave is the same so you can learn the melody one time and move it up and down without changing the shape or fingering.
With the guitar is a completely different story.
You can play symmetrical phrases that have the same shape, but that doesn't apply for melodies played with open strings so everything we play in position I (first three frets of the guitar neck) that includes open strings will have a different shape when transposed one octave higher.
In this exercise we will be learning a set of melodies on two different octaves.
It's a great way to improve finger dexterity, musicality and versatility plus it's super fun to play.
As always, take things step by step and learn one melody at a time.
Let's get started.