The Romanian Minor In-Position Scale Fingerings
In last week’s blog, we covered all the theory for this scale. Check it out here: The Romanian Minor Scale Theory.
There is also a video in the blog where you can hear the sound of the Romanian Minor Scale.
This week, we’ll have a look at the 7 in-position fingerings.
Here they are:
The info in last week’s blog will get you going with the above fingerings.
The most fun and best way to practice a scale is over backing tracks. You can find info on which chords this scale works over in last week’s blog.
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