Holdsworth's 10 Most used Improv Scales:

Discussion in 'Music Theory, Lessons & Techniques' started by God Hand Apostle, Aug 26, 2007.

  1. mr_rainmaker

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    great thread.
     
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    Thanks a lot for this. Haha, this site is too helpful. I keep finding so much stuff I need to work on here, but there is no time!
     
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    noUser01 Still can't play.

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    Thanks very much, anyone know where we can find a working version of this video?
     
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    Hi I am trying to make up professional looking charts instead of writing everything out by hand all the time. I tried doing it in microsoft word but there are many problems that are just not suited for writing music diagrams for scales and chords. Can you recommend any "go to" software that musicians usually use to make the scale and chord graph diagrams with? thanks a million.


     
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    Neck Diagrams. http://www.neckdiagrams.com/
     
    odibrom and Handy Andy like this.
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    Thanks... ill print it and put on the wall
     
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    Thanks... ill print it and put on the wall
     

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