#1
So have you guys ever tried to learn those weird scales that you wouldn't normally use in a typical song....such as arabic/chinese/hindu scales?

I think it's quite fun to think of riffs using those scales
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'chinese' is not a scale, it is a language and a nationality
'dorian' would be an example of a scale

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You're pretty stupid, there is such thing as a chinese scale.

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Hungarian Minors are awesome, listen to some of Joe Satriani's new stuff and you'll hear he uses it
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There are no "WEIRD SCALES" in music. Only Major and Minor(harmonic,natural & melodic) are the scales in music. Others are called Mods.
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There are no "WEIRD SCALES" in music. Only Major and Minor(harmonic,natural & melodic) are the scales in music. Others are called Mods.

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Quote by ChordMonger
'chinese' is not a scale, it is a language and a nationality
'dorian' would be an example of a scale

~b


Dorian is a mode.
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and Rockers?


lol

I usually stick with major and minor with the odd chromatic thrown in but sometimes I use harmonic/melodic/hungarian minor
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and Rockers?


Teddy Boys?

Wait, they did exist, right?



My mom said they were popular back in England in the 70's... she used to live there...

As for "weird" scales, I only know simple, beginner scales, but plan to expand my knowledge. Always did like that Middle Eastern type of music, I think SoaD uses stuff like that; it's pretty cool.
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Teddy Boys?

Wait, they did exist, right?



My mom said they were popular back in England in the 70's... she used to live there...

As for "weird" scales, I only know simple, beginner scales, but plan to expand my knowledge. Always did like that Middle Eastern type of music, I think SoaD uses stuff like that; it's pretty cool.

Yeah, you should learn the arabic scale or something. I'm trying to learn it, it sounds really cool
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