#2
urm... F# locrian?

i hope that answers
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#3
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Say i am playing in G Major. What diminished scale goes with it? Would it be G Diminished?

Plz help.


Hello, I am new here.

You can start a scale a half tone below it on Gb.

It would be the half-diminished scale = Gb Locrian

Harmonic formula= (1, b2, b3, 4, b5, b6 ,b7)
#6
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WHICH IS IT??

F# or Gb

?????


they're essentially the same thing
#7
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they're essentially the same thing


More technically though, it would be F#, in a diatonice key
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#8
F# diminished. F#, A, C, Eb (chord/aprpeggio). you could play an F# locrian scale but it would generally sound better to just play a diminished chord or arpeggio
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