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Guitarslinger124  
26 Jul 2007 16:32 | Quote
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hey guys, ive come up with a cool variation of the hungarian harmonic minor...its almost the same, except for a few missing notes...in the key of Am which is the key of the song i play it in, the notes are: A, D#, E and F...you might say that it is the same scale...which technikly it is...but it sounds way different when you play just those notes...just thought i share it with you and i hope it gives you some musical inspiration...

p.s.- you'll soon be able to hear the song on my website- showcaseyourmusic.com/lanny124
Guitarslinger124  
26 Jul 2007 17:12 | Quote
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here's another cool scale which is based off a Fmaj13(no 5th) chord...its in the key of F major and the notes are: F, G, A, D and E...it can also be a variation of the Cmaj scale depending on how you look at it...
Doz  
26 Jul 2007 18:28 | Quote
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Well... it's not really a new/your own scale. I might try it out though, thanks for sharing.
Guitarslinger124  
26 Jul 2007 20:29 | Quote
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its definitely a cool scale...but i never said it was new or mine...i said it was a variation i came up with...soory for the confusion....i should have said ...its a variation i came across...
Doz  
27 Jul 2007 09:59 | Quote
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Lol, no worries. I was just confused because there's only three notes... which would pretty much be limiting yourself, wouldn't it?
Guitarslinger124  
27 Jul 2007 12:50 | Quote
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there's four...in the first one A, D#, E and F...it is limiting in a way but its whole new sound...kinda like string skipping makes different tones then playing every note in order....
Guitarslinger124  
27 Jul 2007 12:51 | Quote
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but it also opens a whole new way to think about each scale...
Doz  
27 Jul 2007 13:15 | Quote
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Well... it's probably been done before... and isn't really a scale... just a series of notes within a scale. I mean... you never play every note in order anyway, unless you're just going through the scale.
patleh  
17 Oct 2009 21:17 | Quote
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bump?
case211  
17 Oct 2009 22:30 | Quote
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why?
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Oct 2009 23:18 | Quote
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cuz other people might want to hear this?
apollos  
17 Oct 2009 23:34 | Quote
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i aplaud u in finding this
patleh  
18 Oct 2009 01:06 | Quote
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bbt thats why
case211  
18 Oct 2009 01:25 | Quote
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oh ok
TheEbida  
18 Oct 2009 21:04 | Quote
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I have just entered the lost zone.... LOL...
RA  
23 Oct 2009 03:25 | Quote
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@ebida
-there are two ways to look at improvising, Chordal and scaleular. GS124 is looking at in it in chords so he is breaking the scales up to fit his function(be it melodic or harmonic). In the end there the same thing(chords and scales), you can look at harmony&melody as being the same thing just in different dimensions harmony being horizontal and melody vertical.


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