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Guitar Scales Chart



About Guitar Scale

Keynote scale: 

D# Eb

Charts scale: 

PDF icon dsharpminor.pdf

Guitar Scale Information

Minor scale

A natural minor scale is a seven note scale. Another way to think of a natural minor scale is simply a major scale started on the sixth degree and finished on the sixth an octave above.
Diagram scales: 

Major Degrees: 1-2-b3-4-5-b6-b7 or I-II-bIII-IV-V-#V-bVII

Stepping: whole - half - whole - whole - half - whole - whole or W-H-W-W-H-W-W

 

Tonal: tone / semi-tone / tone / tone / semi-tone / tone / tone or 2-1-2-2-1-2-2

Commonly used in: Jazz, Rock, Metal,...

Also known As: natural minor scale, Aeolian mode of the major scale


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