#1
Kind of spanish sounding, been using it in my work lately

E-0-1-4-5-7-8-11-12-

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#4
That's not a scale. It's fret numbers.

E Major scale:


 E-F#-G#-A-B-C#-D#-E
 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-1


Your scale:

 E-F-G#-A-B-C-D#-E
 1-b2-3-4-5-b6-7-1


It's more important for you to recognize what notes it contains and how it relates to the major scale than to know what it's called. (E double harmonic major, as "The Horror!" said)
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Last edited by Guitartist at Nov 19, 2009,
#5
Quote by Guitartist
That's not a scale. It's fret numbers.



That's just nitpicking. The frets correspond with the notes of the E double harmonic major. If you play this scale on the guitar and you're saying: 'im playing this cool scale', nobody would say: 'that's not a scale man, your just playing the frets'
#6
Quote by deHufter
That's just nitpicking. The frets correspond with the notes of the E double harmonic major. If you play this scale on the guitar and you're saying: 'im playing this cool scale', nobody would say: 'that's not a scale man, your just playing the frets'


My point was that he needs to think of scales as notes and intervals - not as frets/shapes on the guitar.

Especially when he's trying to figure out (or asking other people to figure out) which scale he's playing...
Gear

Gibson '57 Les Paul Reissue
Marshall TSL 601
EHX: Big Muff, Metal Muff, Small Stone, POG, 2880
Ibanez TS808
Voodoo Labs Microvibe
Analogman Chorus
Morley Bad Horsie II
Keeley Compressor (C4)
Nova Delay
MXR 10-band EQ