#1
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http://www.youtube.com/v/XyafE28f7ms
I got some good guitars, yo.
#3
Quote by Leat
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http://www.youtube.com/v/XyafE28f7ms



its not a scale. (at least not a known/common one.... maybe you made it up)

the notes seem to be a combination of the E minor, A minor, and B minor blues scales.

I kinda see it like:

1st 2 strings: from E minor
3rd string: from B minor blues
4th string: from E minor
5th & 6th strings: from A minor

It looks like your just taking that one 3 note shape and moving it around.


something you made up? or something you found in a song and can't figure out?
shred is gaudy music
Last edited by GuitarMunky at Jun 12, 2008,
#4
Quote by GuitarMunky
its not a scale. (at least not a known/common one.... maybe you made it up)

the notes seem to be a combination of the E minor, A minor, and B minor blues scales.

I kinda see it like:

1st 2 strings: from E minor
3rd string: from B minor blues
4th string: from E minor
5th & 6th strings: from A minor

It looks like your just taking that one 3 note shape and moving it around.


something you made up? or something you found in a song and can't figure out?


Just did it out of the blue. So I was like "That sounds cool and odd."
I got some good guitars, yo.
#5
It's not a scale. You play F down low and F# up high. A scale must repeat every note. You could play both F anf F# and call it some kind of weird 8-tone synthetic scale.

Other than that, it's a minor pentatonic scale with some chromatic additions.
#6
Quote by Leat
Just did it out of the blue. So I was like "That sounds cool and odd."



I probably wouldn't consider it a scale, but rather combinations of scales that sound good together. anyway, it doesn't really matter as long as you can make music out of it
shred is gaudy music
#7
Quote by GuitarMunky
I probably wouldn't consider it a scale, but rather combinations of scales that sound good together. anyway, it doesn't really matter as long as you can make music out of it

+1. If you like it run with it regardless of what you'd call it. I'd consider that to be mostly in A minor with an F# added in, if you want my two cents.