#2
Well, I would see it as a standard pent with a flattened 5th.
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There's a difference between sharpening 4ths in a scale and flattening 5ths in a scale...
My theory isn't massively developed.
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#5
it's the blues scale without the p4. or, really, it's just a pentatonic scale with an augmented fourth. nothing exciting or whimsical today, kids, come back next week for the dominatrix aeolioseptuple super dominant scale.
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What scale was I just using?

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Over a m7 chord, it could be seen as the fourth mode of the Harmonic Minor Scale, which is the Dorian #4 scale with the 2nd and 6th removed.

Essentially, it's just a enharmonic spelling of an incomplete Blues scale.

Anything else, mate?
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Over a m7 chord, it could be seen as the fourth mode of the Harmonic Minor Scale, which is the Dorian #4 scale with the 2nd and 6th removed.


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#9
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Over a m7 chord, it could be seen as the fourth mode of the Harmonic Minor Scale, which is the Dorian #4 scale with the 2nd and 6th removed.

Essentially, it's just a enharmonic spelling of an incomplete Blues scale.

Anything else, mate?

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#12
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It's a
m7b5 arpeggio.

EDIT
Assuming you were talking about the minor pentatonic.


it's an augmented 4th, not a b5.

the natural 5 is still there.

and count on bouttime to throw out some obscure scale name instead of just letting it be what it is.
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#13
Sharpening all 4ths of a pentatonic gives you???


Gosh, how many 4ths are there in a pentatonic scale.......
#14
LOL my bad dude!

for some reason I thought he was getting rid of the 5 altogether so I just renamed the aug 4th as a dim 5 and proceeded to balls it all up from there on.......


Side note though to those interested:

Take your normal min pent shape.
Now get rid of the 4 and then flat the 5. Keep the b7 and the b3 were they were.
You now have a m7b5 arp which sounds pretty cool.
Bluesy but different.
#15
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Gosh, how many 4ths are there in a pentatonic scale.......

I was thinking the same thing!!!
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