The Chromatic Scale
This is the first video tutorial in a series titled, "Fretboard Familiarity."
In this tutorial, I will show you the chromatic scale; it's called that because fretting finger follows a chromatic path (i.e., C, C#, D, D#, E, F,F#,etc.).
After completing this exercise, your fingers become more accustomed to the distance of the frets on the guitar--particularly when you adjust that distance by putting on a cejilla (capo).
...This exercise will also help your left hand endurance, left-hand finger agility, and right hand coordination between your index (i) and middle (m) fingers while alternating.
Get the TABs, practice tracks, and standard notation to this lesson HERE!