#1
|--4--2--1------------------------|
|-------------4--2--0-------------|
|------------------------3--1------|
|-------------------------------4--|
|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|


any scale with those notes?


also what key is this? thanks


(also could u help me on how i could find this on my own so i dont have to keep asking?)
#3
it could be either F# major scale or Eb minor natural scale.

If you want tom find this yourself, you need to learn theory, there is no easy way. But it isnt taht hard
#4
its F# (but it starts from G#). learn how to form a major/minor scales (intervals), and you'll have no problem.
#5
i got 3 different answers but ill work with em thanks guys ive been wanting to learn theory for a while but i havent gotten around to it...no motivation....
#7
Quote by sinnisa
its F# (but it starts from G#). learn how to form a major/minor scales (intervals), and you'll have no problem.


So wouldn't it be G# Dorian?
#8
Quote by colohue
So wouldn't it be G# Dorian?


I second this.

EDIT: Nevermind, the lowest note is an F#...

Hell I dunno, but it's definitely one of the two.
#9
Don't call it Dorian unless the backing actually implies Dorian. Since we don't have a backing, it's much simpler to just call it the major scale.
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#11
Quote by DaddyTwoFoot
Don't call it Dorian unless the backing actually implies Dorian. Since we don't have a backing, it's much simpler to just call it the major scale.
Right-o.

MODE ALERT:

In truth, that fingering could be any one of seven scales depending on the context.
#12
Quote by colohue
So wouldn't it be G# Dorian?


it could be, i dont know **** about modes so i couldn't tell
i know only major, minor and petantonic scales. and what sounds good to my ear