#2
all of the notes in every chord should be in the scale, or nearly anyway.

thats all i know, im not too big on theory, but thats wat it said in one of the lessons on here
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#4
Quote by mccabe24
Figure out what key the chord progression is and use a scale for that key.

Ex

G C D

Key: G Major
Scale Choises: G Major Pentatonic, G Ionian (Major), etc. (there are many more possibilities, but those are the two most common)

So how do you find what key it is in????
#6
There are at least fifty of these threads a day. Read the theory sticky.
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#7
I think what you wanted to ask is, "How do you know what key a certain chord progression is in?"

Let the crusade be your guide.

Or,
"What scales to use in a certain progression"
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