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These Guitar Scales

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BaconFatty  
9 Aug 2005 11:09 | Quote
Posts: 2
Hey

I know there are already a topic on this however when I use the link it doesnt tab the scale. So how do you read the scale? it just looks like a bunch of notes on the strings with no order so how do you read them?
LedZeppelin  
9 Aug 2005 11:57 | Quote
Posts: 7
Exactly! Thats wat I mean too. Then we`re two about =) Good.
Mattalac  
10 Aug 2005 07:37 | Quote
Posts: 7
It is just a bunch of scales on strings. Tabbed out its just the notes going from the loest note to the highest, but there is no REAL way to play them as they are a group of notes which play well with each other and chords that are in the same key.
Mattalac  
10 Aug 2005 07:46 | Quote
Posts: 7
** It is just a bunch of NOTES**

typo. wheres the edit button jeez.
BaconFatty  
10 Aug 2005 09:55 | Quote
Posts: 2
Ya they do need a edit button and they need different topics that we put out threads under like general, site help, and so on any chances of this happening Admin?
LedZeppelin  
10 Aug 2005 12:05 | Quote
Posts: 7
I see Mattalac, but i like the scales best when they are tabbed out so they go from the highest to the lowest. Vis a` versa
Mattalac  
11 Aug 2005 07:34 | Quote
Posts: 7
@ Led: Well you dont really need a tab to read it like that. but i can understand if you prefer it.
LedZeppelin  
12 Aug 2005 05:46 | Quote
Posts: 7
Thanks Mattalac =)
But I can tab them out myself too..
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Xenon623  
9 Aug 2006 22:43 | Quote
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Pick the root note on the low E, and make it start around that fret. For example, A minor pentatonic, put it at the fifth fret. Then play everything on the low E, A, D, G, B, and high E strings, in that order, to go up. To go down, reverse it. If you click on "full," it will show you ALL of the notes on the scale.


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