D Major Scale
D Major has 2 sharps: F# & C#. It can be viewed as the C scale with all Fs and Cs moved to F sharps and C sharps. And/or the G scale with a C sharp.
This is scale pattern 41 pattern of our 7 Majors scale system and is played in our alpha-tone order (lowest root → highest in pattern → lowest in pattern → back to starting root).
We first train with the scale in P2. In this instance, the 4 finger will be inactive. Then, try P1. In this instance, the 1 finger will be inactive.
Next, improvise with the D Major scale for a few minutes.
Consider some of the chords which come out of this tone set → D, Em, F♯m, G, A, Bm (we take a look at these after the linear chord scale).
3 Tones Per String