#2
thats not a scale, or at least if it is (which i highly doubt) it isn't a diatonically (or enharmonically i forget which ones which) correct scale, it uses C#, E and G.
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#4
Oh, okay. I didn't know, thanks. By the way it was from "Scream" by Avenged Sevenfold. What scale is the intro then?
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C# blues minor, but its very written in a wrong way

C# E F# G G# B is the real way


lol, good thing your on the ball, i totally overlooked that.

the intro could be in C# blues minor, but i doubt it probably in some minor scale, harmonic minor maybe, but i'm just guessing here, maybe one of the theory genius's can answer the question. my moneys on harmonic minor though.
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#9
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G# C# E G B C# E G

I'm trying to lean some scales.

It's not a scale, it's just some random notes. If you mean "which scale are these notes from?" then it entirely depends on the context, ie what key is the backing in. Also, musical convention says that you can't have the same note value twice, so the notes are best described this way to avoid any overly confusing enharmonics.

Ab Db E G B Db E G

Those notes could appear in any number of scales...depending on the context some could even be accidentals.
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