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Discussion in 'Music Theory, Lessons & Techniques' started by Chris, Dec 31, 2007.
this thread is just great.
My 1st post on here, so wanted to bump this post.
I know a CrackBerry app is likely not gonna be, but I'd sure appreciate it!
Wow great thread.First time see.Neat how the one site charts out 7 string..3 nps scales..GENIUS!!!
Being new to the 7 string, this link is quite awesome. Many thanks.
Free Online Guitar Lessons - Learn Guitar - Cyberfret.com is also great for scales and theres is alot of free information about music theory and stuff like that Guitar Scales - Cyberfret.com Guitar Scale Charts and Lessons
Really great resources. thanks!
very cool bro thanks!
Edit :- after re-reading, I noticed my suggestion had already been posted... my apologies.
chordbook.com is the bees knees. THANKS!
Very cool and intuitive. Thanks
This looks really useful, but I have no idea how to...read it per say. Can someone help me out? It just looks like a bunch of dots all over the fretboard
Music theory noob ftl
Looking at this site, I don't think that their scale dictionary is very... well, very good. Mostly because the names they are using are not what people typically refer to these scales as (as far as I know), or are pretty obscure. Examples:
Whole - they mean "whole tone"
Whole diminished - they mean "whole tone diminished"
Pentatonic neutral - never heard of it, it's apparently a mixolydian or natural minor scale without a third or sixth.
Half diminished - they mean half/whole diminished, or octatonic, which is alternating half steps and whole steps (i.e. T H W H W H W H [W to tonic]), numerically represented as 1 b2 b3 3 #4 5 6 b7. This is confusing, because there is a half-diminished chord, 1 b3 b5 b7, and nobody says "half diminished scale". If they did, I'd think "locrian mode".
Whole diminished - same deal, they mean whole/half diminished, or octatonic. This is the other mode of the scale presented above. There is a "fully diminished" chord, 1 b3 b5 bb7, so it sounds like some sort of interchange of terminology, as above.
Lydian minor - this one doesn't have a minor third, why call it minor at all? 1 2 3 #4 5 b6 b7 is an interesting scale formula, though. This is a mode of neapolitan major (which doesn't have a major third, ironically), if you want to know.
Nine-tone scale? Which one?
Auxilliary diminished blues - *
* See my sig.
There are other bullshit scales/names here. I'm actually really dissatisfied with a lot of the scales resources that guitarists have to deal with.
I think you should check online all guitar scales tool out.. Really cool !!
I don't know if anyone else is seeing this but I'm getting a big "Ads by google" box at the very far left hand side. So basically I can't see the first fret at all. Which really pisses me off because I've been looking for a 7 string drop G scale website all effin morning.
all-guitar-chords.com is pretty great
Thanks guys. I am loving all of the wonderful resources cited/linked in this thread discussion. I have been teaching "Begining Guitar" at my church for a year and a half now and all of this will come in handy.
I know I'm arriving late to the party, but I ran into this as well.
I took a quick look at the page's source code, found the SWF file being run, and just went there direclty: