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Thread: 36 SCALES IN .pdf file format .

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    Just found this...Thanks for the scale sheet, will have a better look later,


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    Great stuff! Thanks ^^

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    There is also a thread with 108 GCA chords for a .pdf download on UU as well . Glad you guys like .

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    Just downloaded this. Thanks for sharing.

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    There is also this ........... http://www.mediafire.com/?mc6543wypn152hm

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    Wonderful post, thanks

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    This is great, thank you so much for sharing!
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    Awesome ! Thank you

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    cool. thanks very much, more for me to play with. mwah ha ha ha.

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    Coming from 8 years of woodwind instruments, stringed scales are somewhat foreign to me, so this is definitely awesome and very helpful in getting me headed in the right direction. Can't thank you enough, you've saved me countless hours of puzzling all of these out. (Then again, some would argue that those hours of frustration are where the uke player is born Me, I prefer to learn scales first, then frustrate myself over the many other technicalities)

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