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    Those are fantastic charts, thanks. I've used the same thing for guitar and it really helps. For the folks just seeing these for the first time, my advice is to play the scales and watch how the chord notes fall within the scales. Maybe even play a chord then the scale that matches and then if you are starting on a note other than the root you can get the sound. You'll have to play them a bunch but you will get the tones in your head and then will not have to think about the patterns.
    Bob

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    Very useful jpegs. Thanks

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    where are the charts?

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    go to the first page of this thread!

    I still dont get all this im bad with theory

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    I missed this until now. Thanks for the scales. I'm looking forward to finding some useful stuff there.

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    is it my computer or has the jpeg been removed?
    Regards,
    Jim Khoo

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    Still there . . .

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Lovehandles View Post
    I missed this until now. Thanks for the scales. I'm looking forward to finding some useful stuff there.
    You're welcome CL.

    Quote Originally Posted by built View Post
    is it my computer or has the jpeg been removed?
    Built, go to the beginning of the thread, the charts are still there.

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    Hi all,

    A couple people were asking me how to use the scales. So I made another quick tutorial on where to start. This is more for beginners, but hopefully it is informational for all! I added the video link my first post. Enjoy!

    Danny

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    Alright, here's my disclaimer so you can understand where I'm coming from. My ADHD kills me when something looks "busy", I just cant do it. So understand that

    **also it would help me if you explained the relation of all the modes to the major scale. I never learned scales until I played a mountain dulcimer, and thats only because its fretted diatonic in D major scale (I guess). So what is the cheat? I actually fine it easier to learn all the single string scales as it helps me understand the intervals and the box scales.

    That WWHWWWH thing was the best thing ever for my finicky mind. So if someone took the various scales and said.
    Major Scale: WWHWWWH
    Minor Scale: blah blah blah
    Pentatonic: blah blah blah

    Then I could memorize them all pretty quickly on the single string and then move that to the box scales.

    ***also explain the reason for playing in different positions on the same scale

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