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# Visualizing Fretboard Patterns Series 4

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##### Description

In this lesson we will look at every possible interval in one position above the root note on the A string.

Now we will look at assigning a note on the A string as the root note. This moves our pattern of intervals over one string. The pattern shifts when we cross from the G string to the B string, of course. This is because the B string is tuned at the fourth fret of the G string instead of the fifth fret like all the other strings.

However, we still wind up with a useful pattern to visualize and use. In fact, after learning to visualize the chromatic intervals with the root note on the E string and the A string, we have a complete system in one position. This is because if we continue this shifting of the root note over to the next string we will see that it will next be on the D string. And in the E string pattern that is already where the root note is! Likewise, if we shift over to the G string, this is where the root note already is on the A string pattern.

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