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Lesson 16: Major CAGED System: C Position

Learn guitar chords for FREE through our new game Chord Master: http://bit.ly/ChordMasterYT The Major CAGED System - C Position --------------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to the CAGED system series! Ben will guide you through this unique method, and you'll be playing major and minor scales all the way up and down the neck in no time. The C Position --------------------------------------------------------------------- The one octave scale in this position only uses the 2nd through 5th strings. However, you can extend the scale in this position up to the G on the 3rd fret of the high E string and down to the open low E string.?Refer to the video above and the diagram below for the one octave C major scale in the CAGED C position: The CAGED System --------------------------------------------------------------------- Similar to how your arpeggios outline chords, in the CAGED system, the chords outline scales. Now that you know all the basic chord shapes, you will be able to used this CAGED system to play major and minor scales up and down the neck. With each position in this system, you will find a new way to play one major or minor scale. In this series, we're dealing with the C major and C minor scales.CAGED stands for: * C - C Position (using the open C chord shape to outline the scale) * A - A Position (using the open A chord shape to outline the scale) * G - G Position (using the open G chord shape to outline the scale) * E - E Position (using the open E chord shape to outline the scale) * D - D Position (using the open D chord shape to outline the scale) Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/how-to-play-caged-system-c-position-on-guitar/
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