#1
Hello everyone, I am new to the forum and hope I am posting in the correct place. I want to learn more about scales. Is there any general information or links that explain the minor pentatonics scales or scales in general.
#2
Well, on Ultimate Guitar, there are great lessons. My advice: Find Zakk Wylde's Guitar Boot-Camp from Guitar World. He has every Pentatonic and Diatonic scale. Also, try Monster Scales, a great book.
#4
somebody please help me

if i play e phyrgian scale over A-minor chord, is it e phyrgian or just a-minor scale, cuz the notes are same.
do i have to play e minor chord at background if i play e phyrgian scale to make
e- phyrgian sound?
#5
I suggest you to read my lesson about scales, here on UG. It provides you with a very good method of learning them. I recommend you to learn more about the basics of theory tho, intervals, octaves, the chromatic scale, etc.

Here's the link to it:
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/scales/scales_how_to_avoid_patterns.html
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#6
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somebody please help me

if i play e phyrgian scale over A-minor chord, is it e phyrgian or just a-minor scale, cuz the notes are same.
do i have to play e minor chord at background if i play e phyrgian scale to make
e- phyrgian sound?


1) is what E Phrygian? If you play the phrygian mode, you are playing the phrygian mode. There are many chords which fit in with that scale.

2) No, not constantly. One chord wont make the scales sound different, its how you use chords which are constructed through the scale or mode you're using, and the progression you create.


Read this, it'll explain everything:
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/the_basics/modes_ii.html
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