Getting Ready To Roll - Course Preliminaries
First Steps - Two Note Melodies
Cementing The Foundation - Three Note Melodies
Stretching Out - Four Note Melodies
Flexing Some Muscle - Five Note Melodies
Notes Right Next To Each Other - Chromatic Intervals
The Big Ones - 6 Note Dictations
Wrap Up

G, B, D(h), E(h) and G(h)

Five Note Melody Dictations G, B, D(h), E(h) and G(h)

Here we go with G, B, D(h), E(h) and G(h). Beginners should play the G(h) on the fifth string. More advanced pickers should do likewise, but then also try playing the G(h) at the 8th fret of the second string and the fifth fret of the first string.

Remember, scaffolding is available if you need help.

Don’t forget to do Musical Gym. It will help you internalize the ear training as well as increase your picking and fretboard skills.

G, B, D, E, and G(h)