#4
You've made a lot of threads in the Pit lately, and they should be in the Guitar forum...

Pentatonic scales are good for beginner improvising. Blues scale is similar to minor pentatonic, look it up.
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#5
Rock started from the blues so you cant go wrong. Dont listen to people when they say learn they pentatonic up and down the neck (atleast in the beginning) because its pretty much the blues scale in different places.

So yea go with the blues scale
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Rock started from the blues so you cant go wrong. Dont listen to people when they say learn they pentatonic up and down the neck (atleast in the beginning) because its pretty much the blues scale in different places.

So yea go with the blues scale


Am I wrong, or isn't the blues scale the same as the pentatonic scale but with 1 extra note?
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#7
Pentatonic is by far the easiest so its a relatively small scale to remember.

EDIT:^^^^It has two extra notes.
#8
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Pentatonic.

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**** off.

Seriously, mods should start banning stupid ****ers that type "/thread".

Anyway, I agree on the blues and pentatonic scales. It's good to start off with less notes.
#9
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Pentatonic is by far the easiest so its a relatively small scale to remember.

EDIT:^^^^It has two extra notes.


Nope, it only has one. A b3, I think.
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#10
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Nope, it only has one. A b3, I think.


Flat fifth.
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#11
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Nope, it only has one. A b3, I think.


b3 is in the minor pentatonic and blues scale...I tihnk you mean b5.
#12
Bebop scale.

It's a major scale with a flat 7th added (and nothing taken away, you still play the normal major scale with just that extra note).

If you can solo on that, you can solo on anything.
#13
Learn the pentatonic and then the major scales/modes.

It makes soloing so much easier to have all seven under your fingers.
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#14
Blues is the way to go.
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EDIT:^^^^It has two extra notes.

it has one extra note but its played in 2 octaves so theres two different places to play the note. its the same note though