Lesson 16.3 – Switching Between the First and Second Positions

If you haven’t already noticed, the first two positions share a group of notes on the 2nd and
3rd frets. We call those notes “common tones,” and they allow us to switch between two
positions while going up and down the scale, as indicated in the following diagram:

If you haven’t already noticed, the first two positions share a group of notes on the 2nd and
3rd frets. We call those notes “common tones,” and they allow us to switch between two
positions while going up and down the scale, as indicated in the following diagram:

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Lesson 16.3 – Switching Between the First and Second Positions

If you haven’t already noticed, the first two positions share a group of notes on the 2nd and
3rd frets. We call those notes “common tones,” and they allow us to switch between two
positions while going up and down the scale, as indicated in the following diagram:

If you haven’t already noticed, the first two positions share a group of notes on the 2nd and
3rd frets. We call those notes “common tones,” and they allow us to switch between two
positions while going up and down the scale, as indicated in the following diagram:

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