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Slash  
6 Sep 2005 13:05 | Quote
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Hello!

With which chords can i play the E Spanish Gipsy scale ? i mean the other chords than E :)
Chimzar  
6 Sep 2005 18:54 | Quote
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E, F, G#dim, Am, Bdim, Caug, Dm

Hope this helps :)
Slash  
7 Sep 2005 04:55 | Quote
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yeah thanks !!! but how do you know it :)
Chimzar  
7 Sep 2005 14:54 | Quote
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Well, each note has a chord. Therefore, by looking at the scale I could see different chords that form around each root note. See, it is that simple :)
ninjamaster  
13 Jan 2006 10:58 | Quote
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ok i understand how the notes work compared to say a C. but i dont see how to form aug chords. could you tell me what notes your playing in a C aug please? ceg is my friend >=D
ninjamaster  
13 Jan 2006 11:07 | Quote
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3 out of 7 aint bad! i cant believe i posted on this thread to only find out that i was jammin 3 of these notes you listed chim, the E F and Am. ive been playing these notes for about 2 weeks, im after the desert type effect. could you explain in more detail with what you ment on the post on top of my last post asking about augs? on top of the aug question. wow this boards got some good infos!
Chimzar  
14 Jan 2006 08:09 | Quote
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Ok, Augmented chords mean that the fifth has been raised a haft step (or augmented). So from your normal c chord that is C-E-G is you augment it becomes C-E-G#. I hope this helps. Also augmented can be writen either aug or +.
Chimzar  
14 Jan 2006 08:10 | Quote
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pardon my grammar problems :)
ninjamaster  
15 Jan 2006 02:47 | Quote
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its ok i get the point, i would have to say this is the oddest chord ive learned so far.


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