#3
Just the keyscale or whatever you call it?

And do you mean G-minor as in.. G-minor, or do you mean F-minor, since the guitar is tuned down one step?
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#5
^^^ Don't bump your thread.

What song is this from?
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#7
sorry dear i don't know this. I like to play guitar, but i am not learn this one.can you teach me? how do to play guitar? and explain about basic guitar nodes...


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#8
G minor in standard tuning. Technically, the flat 5 (C# at the 14th fret on the B string) is outside the minor scale making this a blues scale.
#10
The scale has little to do with how the music ultimately sounds. Phrasing is what makes music sound like a particular style. Guys like Zakk Wylde use blue notes all the time & I've never heard anyone accuse him of being a blues player.
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#11
^^^ Indeed. The scale doesn't make the sound - you do.
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