#1
I was improvising the other day, and I came across a little lick that I liked, and I found a scale that sounds like it fits the notes in the lick, but I don't know what the scale is called. It's a C-Minor something, but I don't know what mode it is.

Here is the scale. I hope this comes out right.

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----------------0--1--3--5---
-----0--1--3-------------------
--3------------------------------
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#3
Its just C Natural Minor
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#4
Quote by Led man32
Its just C Natural Minor


Dang. I just realized that, and now, feel like an idiot because I should have known that. Im tired lol

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#5
If the root is C (which is the case) it's just a natural minor.

If it's only a part of a scale: