CI-003 Improvising on a single string

About this resource

When students learn scale patterns, they often become stuck playing those scales in the patterns they memorize. So for example if a student learns the 'box shape' for the minor Pentatonic Scale, when it comes to improvising, the student will stay within that box shape and randomly play up and down the scale sticking perfectly to that shape. This challenge will help your student break out of any set patterns they have learned and teach them to think differently when improvising.

If your student feels like they're playing the same things over and over when improvising, give this challenge a go.

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