#1
could someone please tab out both of those scales for me please and give me information about each one, especially the diminshed scale....


thanks
#2
A Harmonic Minor - A B C D E F G# A (to lazy to tab out, its like natural minor except its G# instead of G)
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#3
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/the_basics/diminished_chords_and_scales.html

In short....

say C, D, Eb, F, Gb, Ab, A, B, C

I can't (off-hand) think of where I would actually use that scale, but if you feel like wading through it, here is a link that addresses just that.

http://www.malletjazz.com/lessons/dim_les2.html

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#5
ok thanks guys.

I went on that wholenote website and i found the diminished scales but there are two different ones....the W-H diminiished scale and the H-W Diminished scale.

Which one would be more suited to metal music and could somebody explain Why there are two anyway?


much appreciated
#6
it depends whatever sound you want to go for...

well the W-H scale, increases by a Whole tone, and then a half tone, and then a Whole tone and then a half tone...

hence the W H

and the H-W increases bu a Half tone and then a Whole tone etc...

both of these scales give a minor 3rd and a b5 so they are both diminished

i think thats about it....