#1
Hey
so i know there is a blues scale that is 1,b3,4,4#,5,b7
(some people call it the "minor blues scale" i think)
so ive been wondering whether there is a "jazz scale" and what it would be
also if you know what the "major blues scale" is please enlighten me

thanks
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#4
jazz also uses alot of flat sevenths in major scales
and interesting boogie using a flat 7 major scale is spelled like this- 1,3,5,6,7,6,5,3,1
fun stuff
#5
bebop scale
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#6
Quote by JOE_DESTROYER
jazz also uses alot of flat sevenths in major scales
and interesting boogie using a flat 7 major scale is spelled like this- 1,3,5,6,7,6,5,3,1
fun stuff

That's the myxolidian mode.

I would say you could use whatever scale you want - without the proper phrasing and feel, it'll never sound like jazz.
#7
Quote by led,rainsong
Hey
so i know there is a blues scale that is 1,b3,4,4#,5,b7
(some people call it the "minor blues scale" i think)
so ive been wondering whether there is a "jazz scale" and what it would be
also if you know what the "major blues scale" is please enlighten me

thanks


Major blues is the Major pentatonic scale with an added b3 so it's 1 2 b3 3 5 6

no one scale is considered to be 'the jazz scale'
#9
thanks guys
so a few question now

1) what is the pithc axis theory?
2) what is the bebop scale?
3) JOE_ DESTROYER when you gave the number sequence was that for chords in a key or something else?
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#10
Quote by led,rainsong
thanks guys
so a few question now

1) what is the pithc axis theory?
2) what is the bebop scale?
3) JOE_ DESTROYER when you gave the number sequence was that for chords in a key or something else?

1) Wiki.
2) Google.
3) Degrees, in comparison to the major scale. Notes.