#2
I didn't listen to the audio part but as long as he is in normal tuning he is playing A major scale which has two wholesteps after the root (wwhwwwh)

Key: A Major
Scale: A Major Scale
Yeah I'm that guy who says I'm right
but more than likely is wrong

It happens doesn't it?
Last edited by dumbface12 at Apr 7, 2012,
#3
F# minor, or its relative key, A major
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#5
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I didn't listen to the audio part but as long as he is in normal tuning he is playing A major scale which has two wholesteps after the root (wwhwwwh)

Key: A Major
Scale: A Major Scale


How can you possibly expect to work out a scale someone is using without listening to what they're playing?

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How can you possibly expect to work out a scale someone is using without listening to what they're playing?



I Didn't feel like getting my headphones out and my laptop speakers are crap i just looked at what the guy was playing from the video so i was more or less guessing from looking at the position the guy was playing from
Yeah I'm that guy who says I'm right
but more than likely is wrong

It happens doesn't it?