#1
Okay... so I'm trying to write a song... it is supposed to go from Acoustic guitar to the electric guitar. So kinda from a finger-style guitar thing to rock. Can you guys give me some good rock scales that would go well with acoustic?
#2
Major scale and it's relative minor scale. Research that and learn how to play both the major scale and minor scale. Hint : Learn how they are formed :p
#3
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Major scale and it's relative minor scale. Research that and learn how to play both the major scale and minor scale. Hint : Learn how they are formed :p



Plus Major/Minor Pentatonics as well as the "Blues" scale well help you as well



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#5
To sum up...

Major and minor scales and their pentatonic scales
Blues scale

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#6
Okay... I found a Blues scale in the G. Which is the key the acoustics are in.
#8
What Woffelz said.

Also, why would the guitar being an acoustic affect anything?
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#9
You can make a rock song out of pretty much any scale.
Most commonly ones used are Major/Minor/Blues/Pentatonics
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