#1
Is there a scale that fits these chords?

E5 G5 A5 F5

And don´t want to use an individual scale over each chord ^^


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#3
A B C D E F G

those are the combined notes in those chords. that's the c major scale. use that.
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#4
Any scale that has E G A and F in it. Whether the scale also needs to include their respective 5th depends on the genre of music.
#5
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A B C D E F G

those are the combined notes in those chords. that's the c major scale. use that.

Am also has all of those notes.
#7
All those power chords fit in the key of C major or its relative minor which is A. So you could use A natural minor, A minor pentatonic, C major, C major pentatonic etc.. If this is for a rock song the pentatonics would work well.
#8
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Am also has all of those notes.

they're relative scales.
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#10
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E phrygian


Could you post that scale?


Thankyou everybody
I´ll test the A natural minor.
#11
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Could you post that scale?


Thankyou everybody
I´ll test the A natural minor.


It's the same notes as A natural minor but start and end on E.
#12
hm, i'm likin the E Phrygian sound with that

and for those that asked, E Phyrgian is just E F G A B C D E
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#13
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hm, i'm likin the E Phrygian sound with that

and for those that asked, E Phyrgian is just E F G A B C D E


That sounds better! shame that I don´t have my keyboard at home
#14
Quote by the_axis
hm, i'm likin the E Phrygian sound with that

and for those that asked, E Phyrgian is just E F G A B C D E


You can't play E phrygian over those chords, chances are it's going to pull to A minor.
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#15
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You can't play E phrygian over those chords, chances are it's going to pull to A minor.
Theres no resolution to that A chord. Actually, theres no resolution in any of these chords because they're powerchords, usually you need a third and a root to resolve. Powerchords dont contain thirds.

If there is any resolution, whatsoever, its from that F5 to the E5. The F to E movement is semitonal, its the closest thing there to a resolution.

E phrygian is fine.