#1
So, i'm in open C nowadays, and as far as comfort goes, i dont think i'm ready to move onto any other tuning. Or back to standard for that matter.

Could UG provide me with some scales for me to practice with?
I'd be incredibly grateful.
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#2
The scales are all the same, they'll just appear in different places.
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#3
Ah, well. Being a novice in the world of theory. Would any one be able to help me with a tab for one.
It could be any scale you know of, or maybe one used commonly.

If it helps, something I could use for roots music, or maybe just some mellow acoustic music.
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#5
Cheers, I'll give it a whirl.
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#6
-e------------------------------------5-7-8-
-b----------------------------5-6-8---------
-g--------------------4-5-7-----------------
-d---------------5-7-------------------------
-a--------5-7-8-----------------------------
-e--5-7-8-----------------------------------

A natural minor
notes
a-b-c-d-e-f-g