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What is a symetrick scale?

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HeavyGuitar  
5 Jul 2009 05:14 | Quote
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What scale is that? (I may have wrote it wrongxD)
JazzMaverick  
5 Jul 2009 10:31 | Quote
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It means the intervals between scales are symmectrical. Like the Whole tone scale for example. C, D, E, F♯, G♯, A♯, C

I know you're really keen on learning, but I also think you're looking into all these scales too quickly... You need to stick to a scale, and STUDY it until it becomes second memory.
Afro_Raven  
6 Jul 2009 03:43 | Quote
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Agreed Jazz, but this is the issue with this site - it just has so many weird sounding scales I know the first thing I wanted to do when I found it was to learn them all and experiment!

Afro
JazzMaverick  
6 Jul 2009 23:30 | Quote
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Haha! I'm still doing that! It's a blessing and a curse.

But I like dabbing into a new scale and if I like it, it becomes my best friend for weeks.
HeavyGuitar  
6 Jul 2009 23:34 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:

I know you're really keen on learning, but I also think you're looking into all these scales too quickly... You need to stick to a scale, and STUDY it until it becomes second memory.

That is good advice:) thx:D


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