#1
My friend recently showed me a scale and i do not know its name, It is basically the minor scale with a flattened second and sharpened third.

Hope I posted this in the right place, Thanks

Edit: Example scale A Bb C# D E F
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Last edited by lupesala at Jul 22, 2010,
#2
so.... 1 b2 3 4 5 b6 b7

looks like the structure to the phrygian dominant scale

if we use E as the example
E F G# A B C D E, yeah, it looks like phygian dominent
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#4
Thanks for the help
What are some of your first jam experiences with a band?
We all couldn't stay in time and I ended up killing 4 people and a bass player.

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#5
Phrygian dominant it is.
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#6
There are so many different types of scale. In guitar scales types are mentioned below :

1) Major
2) Harmonic
3) Ionian
4) Minor
5) Whole tone
6) Pentatonic major
7) Pentatonic minor

Yes, your friend is right Minor scale with a flattened second and sharpened third.
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