Wednesday, April 18, 2012
The Harmonic Minor Scale
In other news, I'm working on an acoustic sort of ballad for the mighty EIGHTBALL VOODOO , should be fun hearing Jays filthy snarl on something a bit less full on than the last couple of tracks we recorded.
Anyhow, it's time for some more dots, squares and numbers...
This time telling you where your fingers go if you want to play the HARMONIC MINOR SCALE. Famed from classical music of old and neo-classical widdlers like Yngwie Malmsteen, so if you want to get your neoclassical shred on, then check this out!
The scales is spelt with the following intervals: 1,2,b3,4,5,b6,7. It's the gap of a minor third between the b6 and 7 that gives the scale it's distinctive sound.
Anyhow, enough waffle, bring on the dots!
Posted by Rob Silver at 10:14 PM
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