INT-07 Improvising with the Memphis Scale

About this lesson

The 'Memphis Scale' is a way of improvising using the notes on two strings and positions that form sixths. The name 'Memphis Scale' is actually just a nickname because any scale can be used. Guitarists like Mark Knopfler use this idea a lot and if your student wants to achieve a similar sound, this lesson plan will be perfect. This lesson plan will teach your student how to improvise using the Memphis Scale and clearly shows how to improvise using the method.

The included lesson instructions will explain everything and help you teach it to your student in the easiest way possible. So even if you have never used the Memphis Scale before you can quickly understand it and teach it effectively.

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