#1
im trying to play G major scale and i know a whole step is 2 frets and a half is 1 fret

but when i look at the notes for G major

they dont follow the WWHWWWH pattern.

im SO confused.
#3
its cuz you gotta start on the G....funny you should ask this i just got this question answered cuz i posted this in another forum..so im passing the knowlwdge onto you!
#4
B to C is a whole step but only one fret, same as E to F. so that rule isn't going to work for you.
#5
...yes it does.
G (whole tone) A (whole tone) B (half tone) C (whole tone) D (whole tone) E (whole tone) F# (half tone) G.
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#6
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B to C is a whole step but only one fret, same as E to F. so that rule isn't going to work for you.

b to c and e to f aren't whole steps dude, the distance of one fret is a half step always
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#9
Are u playin a G minor scale possibly? That would be different.
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#10
Quote by stjimmy62992
im trying to play G major scale and i know a whole step is 2 frets and a half is 1 fret

but when i look at the notes for G major

they dont follow the WWHWWWH pattern.

im SO confused.


Don't ask Green Day to find out.

Edit: and B to C and E to F ARE whole steps, you douches.
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#11
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Don't ask Green Day to find out.

Edit: and B to C and E to F ARE whole steps, you douches.


No, they are not. The interval between B and C is a half step, or minor second. The interval between E and F is the same as that of B to C.