New lesson resource: RES-09 Blank Fretboard Diagrams

A new teaching resource has been added to the Lesson Materials section under the RES series. This new resource will give you simple fretboard diagrams to use to help teach scales and modes. You can also use the diagrams to come up with exercises and tests to check your student's level of understanding and application of theory. It's a simple resource but very useful.

Access the resource here: RES-09 Blank Fretboard Diagrams.

More resources under the RES series are available in the Lesson Materials Section.

RES-09 Blank Fretboard Diagrams

About this resource

This resource contains basic fretboard diagrams you can use to write down various scales or modes. Instead of giving your student the entire scale to learn, you could write out only a small area of the fretboard for them to focus on. Later on you can expand the notes in the diagram as the student progresses. You could even use this template as a test to see how well your student can figure out the positions of the notes. You could ask your student to 'map out the entire A minor Pentatonic Scale'. This is a great way to break out of the limiting 'box patterns' so many people get stuck using over and over.

There are many other uses for the diagrams and when appropriate, other lessons will refer to this resource if it will help you out.

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