Re: Basic Fingering for closed position scales and modes on tenor
Hi - one of the most useful ... but slightly canted for a Tenor Guitar player is found in Ray Bells' remarkable book, Mandolin Scales and Studies ( http://elderly.com/books/items/02-95542.htm ). This is for a GDAE instrument but ... the basic shapes of the scales are there and - if you are a tab user, it will stretch you in some interesting ways. I've used it for years and it's helped me learn many of the flatted and sharped keys. You will have to do a conversion of a fifth to be in the proper key.
More specific - but also more expensive is the Chord Wizard Gold program http://www.chordwizard.com/gold.aspx by Stephen Clark. This not only will help you learn scales and chord positions on virtually any fretted instrument, it will help you learn scales and - relationships of scales to chords. I've used it for years and the graphic display has shown me placements on the fret board of my various instruments which would have taken years to understand and appreciate. This program can be modified if you want to explore alternate tunings.
I have no financial interest in either of the above products but think they are both useful. (Finding a scale to play over a ninth chord is a real delight.)
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