Watch the Single Position Applications online guitar lesson by TrueFire from Play Jazz Guitar 5: Lick Lexicon
Single Position Applications - Overview is a video guitar lesson presented by Tom Dempsey and is sourced from Fretboard Phenom.
In this section you will be introduced to the foundation of the entire course which is based on the idea of tonality shapes. Tonality shapes are a way to organize the fingerboard that allow you to do two specific things. First is to be able to grab any key wherever you are on the neck of the guitar. The second is to connect your ideas up and down the neck with a lot more ease. We're going to do this while learning the major and minor pentatonic scales, the major scale and the blues scale. We will also connect this concept to the major and minor triads and arpeggios. I'll demonstrate each of these concepts. Each scale, chord and triad will be applied to a specific exercise. You will also have the opportunity to jam using this material. Make sure you use all of the resources. The pdfs, the reference manual, jam tracks should all be used in conjunction with this course. There's a lot of material here. Take your time by focussing on a little bit at a time. Let's begin this journey!