#1
alright this is the scale i use whenever i solo, it's based off of minor pentatonic and harmonic minor, and i was just wondering if it was actually a well known scale or if it's all just in my head?

in 12th position:
12---14---15------
12---13---15------
12---14---15------
12---14------------
12---13---14---15
12---14---15------
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#2
In your head. I've never seen this before. It's interesting though, If applied nicely.
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#3
I've never seen a scale like that before. It must be jazz or something, 4 half steps in a row...interesting.

When I jam out with a rhythm or song or something, I write down every note and improve using those notes strictly, or going on a guitar scale site and eventually figure out what scale I'm playing or what I could be playing.
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#4
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I've never seen a scale like that before. It must be jazz or something, 4 half steps in a row...interesting.

When I jam out with a rhythm or song or something, I write down every note and improve using those notes strictly, or going on a guitar scale site and eventually figure out what scale I'm playing or what I could be playing.

the four half steps are the standard A and B from the minor pentatonic, the Bb from the blues scale, and the C that later reappears up at the 13th fret of the B string. i usually don't play the lower one, but it's in there.
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#5
I would really think the A# or Bb would be a passing note, not a note officially in the scale.
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I would really think the A# or Bb would be a passing note, not a note officially in the scale.

that's usually how i throw it in. like a really quick hammeron from 12-13-14.
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#7
F# spanish 8 tone scale
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#8
Give it some kickass name and claim it as your own dude. I saw some similar ones, but that definitely is different from what I've seen.
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#9
you guys like it? i've just sorta developed it to be versatile and still not be too generic.
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#10
again F# Spanish 8 tone scale!
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#12
I don't know if I like the sound of it, but I didn't try soloing. I'm with whoever mentioned the passing tone. Otherwise it just doesn't fit together.
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#13
alright this is the scale i use whenever i solo, it's based off of minor pentatonic and harmonic minor, and i was just wondering if it was actually a well known scale or if it's all just in my head?

it's interesting, but it's not "versatile" - there's 2 key things to keep in mind about scales on the guitar.
1 - they're in different keys
2 - they cover the WHOLE fretboard

so basically you're playing every solo in the same key in the same place? If you're moving it around and extending it then fair enough, I misread the post...but if not the first thing you want to be doing is breaking out of that box, the longer you stay in it the harder it'll be to get out.
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#14
wow it sounds majory, minors, melodic, harmonicy lol strange

LIke a spak version of the melodic minor, hybrid scale, half major half minor.

Still cool