#2
their is no jazz scale
a blues scale is a minor pentatonic with the two blue notes added in, but with that exception their is no *insert genera here* scale, just major, minor, major and minor pentatonic and the modes
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#3
its not the scale its how you play it
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#4
I'm not very well informed when it comes to this, but the blues scale is an actual scale. It is the same as the pentatonic, but with a flat 5th as well.

There is no such thing as a "jazz scale" however I believe modes are very commonly used in jazz. Ofcourse, to understand which modes you use according to the progression will take an in depth description which I can't really put here.

Check out the lessons on here, and the sticky in this forum on theory.

Quote by justinb904
their is no jazz scale
a blues scale is a minor pentatonic with the two blue notes added in, but with that exception their is no *insert genera here* scale, just major, minor, major and minor pentatonic and the modes

And harmonic + melodic minor. I think.
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