The remarkably flexible E shape of the CAGED system. This is also generally referred to as Box 1 and Pattern 1.
E shape bar chord
E shape Major scale
E shape Major arpeggio
E shape modes
E shape Major pentatonic scale
E shape Major pentatonic blues scale
E shape minor bar chord
E shape minor scale
E shape minor 7th arpeggio
E shape minor pentatonic scale
E shape minor pentatonic blues scale
Basic E-Shape bar chord
Please note the positions of the root notes. This is very important to commit to memory.
E-Shape Major Scale
Please take the time to note the E Major bar chord shape within the scale.
E-Shape Major Arpeggio
Notes of Major Arpeggio are the 1st (root), 3rd, and 5th of the Major scale. Please take note of root note positions to help you recognize the E-Shape of the CAGED system.
E-Shape Modes E-Shape Major Pentatonic Scale
Please note position of the root notes. The Major pentatonic scale utilizes the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, and 6th degrees of the Major scale. The 4th and 7th tones are dropped to produce the 5 note pentatonic scale.
E-Shape Major Pentatonic Blues Scale
The Major pentatonic blues scale add the flat 3rd to the Major pentatonic scale.
E-Shape minor Bar Chord
Please note the positions of the root notes.
E-Shape minor Scale E-Shape minor 7th Arpeggio
Notes of minor arpeggio are the 1st (root), flat 3rd, 5th, and flat 7th of the minor scale. Please take note of root note positions to help you recognize the E-Shape of the CAGED system.
E-Shape minor Pentatonic Scale E-Shape minor Pentatonic Blues Scale
The minor pentatonic blues scale add a flat 5th to the notes of the minor pentatonic scale.