#1
Hey guys, I wanna know what scales randy used with ozzy.

Thanx in advance
#2
Randy used a lot of the Aeolian mode, and dimished arpeggios were common too.

He used other scales, obviously, but those are the ones I associate with him a little more.
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#3
I read that his favorite scale was F# Phrygian, thats what Crazy Train is in.
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Randy used a lot of the Aeolian mode, and dimished arpeggios were common too.

He used other scales, obviously, but those are the ones I associate with him a little more.


Pretty much. He used a lot of classical scales also.
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Pretty much. He used a lot of classical scales also.



Classical Scales? Music theory is the same in every genre. Things may be reffered to differently in different genres, but notes, scales, arpeggios, are the same.
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#7
Randy used scales and rhythms that were common to classical music, such as the Aeolian mode. He took classical lessons in his teens and learned the know how and saw that metal used minor scales, which is very classical.