Watch the Major Scale Form II 1 online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Guitar Lab: Caging ii V I

We will be restricting ourselves to the key of F major and will focus on one scale form. That scale form is scale form II. Example 20 shows this scale form with its alternate positions. You can also see this scale form in diagrams 27 through 29. As you view diagrams 27 through 29 you will see the arpeggios for each of the chords in red. Diagram 27 shows the arpeggio for the ii chord in the key of F. This chord is a Gm and is played with the Em form out of the EDCAG system. The remaining black scale degrees in this diagram form the G Dorian mode. Diagram 28 shows the arpeggio for the V chord in the key of F. This chord is a C and is played with the A form out of the CAGED system. The remaining black scale degrees in this diagram form the C Mixolydian mode. Notice how the same notes are now numbered differently. That is because the modes are numbered in reference to the root of the prevailing chord. Diagram 29 shows the arpeggio for the I chord in the key of F. This chord is an F and is played with the D form out of the CAGED system. The remaining black scale degrees in this diagram form the F Ionian mode which is another name for the F major scale.