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  1. This is super cool! It comes from Griff Hamlin and is meant to be shared. Before you click the link, read the email from Griff that all BGU subscribers receive. This is for the benefit of non-subscribers. “You may not know (or remember,) but there's a great tool I had made for you that you can use to learn your blues scales - all of them, inside and out. But before you go run off and try it, let me give you a suggestion... because this tool I have for you is very powerful - and that means you might need a little direction to get started. Now there's a video on the page that will define for you the "left facing" and "right facing" versions of scales, but here's my suggestion to get started. Set the 4 dropdowns like this: Root Note: A (or whatever key you want) (don't leave it on random) String: 6 (don't leave it as random) Left/Right: Right Major/Minor: Minor Now hit "deal" and, of course, all the cards will turn over to be what you selected (since none of them are random, there's no surprise.) Hit the "Hint" button and you'll see good old Box 1. Change String: to 4, and you'll get Box 2 in the same key Change String: to 2, and you'll get Box 3 in the same key Change String: to 5, and you'll get Box 4 Change String: to 3, and you'll get Box 5 Wanna work a different key? Go through the same steps with a different key. Think you've got every key down? Change the "Key" to random and test your skills. It's super fun and a great way to work those scales so get to it. Check it out here and make sure to bookmark the page so you can come back to it (and if you dig it, share it with your friends.)” Now here’s the link to the TRAINING TOOL & VIDEO.

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