#1
------------------------------------0-1-3--l
----------------------------0-1-3----------l
-----------------------1-2------------------l
----------------0-2-3----------------------l
--------0-2-3------------------------------l
0-1-4--------------------------------------l


Hope you can read that?
#3
There's a bit of inconsistency but it appears to be an A harmonic minor starting on the 5th (E)...gives a nice Latin flavour, fun scale.
#4
A harmonic minor
A minor without flattening the seventh.
EDIT: The 3rd fret on the high e needs to be a four.
Last edited by Macabre_Turtle at Mar 10, 2009,
#5
hmm...
.5,1.5,.5,1,.5,1,1,.5,1.5,.5,1.5,.5,1,1,.5,1 intervals? i dunno. i'm too sleepy to think about it
oh wait. it's a fudged harmonic minor
#6
That is strange, first two times G# is used in this scale, the third time it's G. I'm guessing it's a regular Cmaj scale, with G# used twice. Guitar Pro says it's "C augmented fifth scale".
#8
Thanks guys, umm i typed that out myself i didnt do the intervals correctly but i was just wondering what it was so i could find the rest of the scale