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anyone with PowerTab can do this in 10 seconds
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#5
The trick is to not do it with powertab. The key is to either do it in your head or write the notes out and do it like that. And besides, if you use powertab for lots of the tough ones, you will get some far out crazy answers that arent even close.
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#8
It is indeed taken from A melodic minor. One name is from the lowest voice, the other is of the same quality.

All relevant notes are present.. so no need to worry about anything rootless or otherwise.
#10
D7#11 and G#7b5b9 or G#alt is spot on. (D Lydian dominant and G# altered from A melodic minor)

And yeah, by quality I meant another dominant chord.
#12
D#°7 - B7b9. Scale is E harmonic minor. I believe that would be called a half cadence. (vii - V).
#16
Right. I get you - I just don't see B7b9 as a place of rest, so figured you were in E harmonic minor and that was part of some progression, not a resolution to B7b9. S'all good.


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Name & scale.
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okay, since you opened it up, lets mix it up a bit. this one is in new standard tuning. for those who dont know ill lay it out....

G -----3--------------
E -----4--------------
A -----4--------------
D -----3--------------
G -----0--------------
C ---------------------

work it out, its an odd voicing.
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#21
Possibly something from G Locrian, Gm7b5b9. Alternatively, Galt (G7b5b9#9) depending on bass/melody.
#22
yup. the root i figured it from was A# so it was A#m7ADD13 andd then fiddled with the voicing a bit. ive always loved NST since i first heard it.

anyways, your shot.
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pics dude or a vid of you trying to say 'bananaramapancake'
so it comes out brabrabrabwabwa

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#23
Yeah, I was going to say Bbm13 if you said my answer was wrong.


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#28
1 - #2 - 3 - #4 - 5 - 6 - 7 becomes 1 - #2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - b7.


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E - Fx  - G# - A - B - C# - D - E


Don't know what it's called.. Mixolydian #9 I guess.
#30
That's the reason it's called Lydian #2, not Lydian b3. It has a major third, so b3 becomes #2.

Same idea.. take the 4th mode of harmonic minor and raise the 3rd. Name the scale.
#32
^That page seems to contradict itself..

''Here we see the Lydian b3. The only difference between this shape and the Lydian mode is that here, the 2nd note is raised''

It's played over maj7 and lydian chords and has a major third, so calling it Lydian minor or Lydian b3 doesn't really make any sense.

Yep, Lydian dominant. Go.
#33
i didnt read enough of it initially, but i did notice the contradiction. www.all-guitar-chords.com has it called 'Lydian Minor'

Here is a scale-

1 2 b3 4 5 b6 7


tell me any 2 of the following chord types-
1) The 9th (5 note) chord built from the 1st degree
2) the triad built from the 4th degree
3) the 7th chord built from the 7th degree
#34
The scale is Harmonic Minor... in what key??

I'm not sure to understand the question...
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#39
Oh kk I just understood it's ok... I guess I was just a bit confused, I had just woken up loll

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C#m7b13 - Bsusb9 ??


It's probably wrong... it's been so long I haven't played this game lolll
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