#1
hey guys, im been playing for quite some time (few years), and recently i started to learn my theory. ive been stuck in a rut, and its helping me alot in my writing now that im trying to learn.

ok question is, i wrote a song and im trying to figure out the key, notes are, well all of them and with an A#

A, A#, B, C, D, E, F, G

lol.... can someone help me figure out what key that would be in?

thanks

(think i posted it in the wrong place the first time, sorry)
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#2
with no sharps or flats, it would be the key of c. All scales are seven notes, so i don't know what to tell you about that A#
#3
It's C Bebop Dominant, it is basically same as C Major, only with added b7 ( or same as C Mixolydian with #7, if you look it that way).
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#4
so basically it would be then,

1 2 3 4 5 6 b7 7... ?

C D E F G A A#/Bb B
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Epi LP custom (silverburst )
Ibanez AEF18
Squier telecaster (wife's)
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bf-2
mt-2
dd-6
ph-3
#5
Yes - it's better to look at it as C Mixolydian with a passing tone between the minor 7th and root as opposed to the C Major scale with an added minor 7th, because it's application is over dominant chords and ii - V (although you might call the ii a V/ii in this situation) progressions.