#1
i bought that diatonic major and minor scales book by "andres segovia" but i'm having a hard time reading it. does anyone have tabs for C, G, E, and F segovia scales ascending and descending?

EDIT:
all those are major
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#2
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#4
I don't know the segovia scales, or have tab, but I know of them.

There should be markings for fingerings and position with the standard notation. Would be surprised if there was not.

I suggest you figure them out from that and get used to reading them in standard notation, but a quick Google search found:

http://chordmelody.org/pdf/Segovia%20Scales/

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/scales/segovia_scales_the_importance_of_scales.html

Don't know how correct any of these are, but you can probably find more through Google.
#5
so what are those segovia scales? they are just regular scales, which different fingerings?
#6
Yep. They tend do have a lot of slides in them, from what I recall, but yeah. Basically, the scale forms taught by Segovia for Classical guitar.
#7
Quote by RCalisto
so what are those segovia scales? they are just regular scales, which different fingerings?

well segovia scales are scales in at least two octaves with specific fingerings. it'll go up one way and then it might go down a different way. it's all about economy of motion and learning the fretboard in correlation to a scale. it's primarily for classical guitarists but i mean come on...doesn't that sound like a mandate for any guitarist?
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