#1
Over the years I've noticed this group of chords that run down the neck and considering how they're usually used I figured they must be part of some classical scale. Everybody from Zeppelin to Randy Rhoads, to Metallica has used it.

Example

E--2--3--5--7------------------------------
B--3--5--7--8------------------------------
G--------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------

or

E--2--3--5--7---------
B--3--5--7--8---------
G--4--5--7--9---------
D------------------------
A------------------------
E------------------------

Could someone give me a little more information so I could maybe use this a bit for improv
#3
There's an E minor scale in those.

e---------5-7-8--
B--5-7-8---------
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#4
Quote by Videon07
Over the years I've noticed this group of chords that run down the neck and considering how they're usually used I figured they must be part of some classical scale. Everybody from Zeppelin to Randy Rhoads, to Metallica has used it.

Example

E--2--3--5--7------------------------------
B--3--5--7--8------------------------------
G--------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------

or

E--2--3--5--7---------
B--3--5--7--8---------
G--4--5--7--9---------
D------------------------
A------------------------
E------------------------

Could someone give me a little more information so I could maybe use this a bit for improv


Bm, C, D, Em