#1
So I read about major scales and how the patterns are wwhwwwh

So, yeah I can find a C note, and figure out part of a scale, but when I look up the major scales theres so many more notes
#2
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#3
There are a lot more notes because scale positions on the guitar are normally two octaves of that scale.
#4
Quote by c0ld_3mphasis05
So I read about major scales and how the patterns are wwhwwwh

So, yeah I can find a C note, and figure out part of a scale, but when I look up the major scales theres so many more notes


Because that's what scales are...collections of notes.
CDEFGAB is C major.
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#5
A scale does not compromise of just one note, of course there are others...There are notes that do not coincide within the key of C major for example, if thats what you mean by more notes, such as D# is not in the key of C.
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