Wednesday, June 20, 2012
THE HARMONIC MINOR SCALE MAPPED OUT FOR 7 STRING GUITAR
The HARMONIC MINOR SCALE contains the intervals: 1,2,b3,4,5,b6,7.
Much used by Yngwie Malmsteen and other neo-classical shredders.
These diagrams are for standard 7 string tuning, so B,E,A,D,G,B,E, although if you are using another tuning with same relative intervals then the movable shapes will still apply.
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The free guitar scale diagrams below lay out the HARMONIC MINOR SCALE for you all over the neck of the seven string guitar as a four note per string scale and as the seven three note per string patterns that will link together to let you play it all over the fretboard in any key.
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Posted by Rob Silver at 11:29 PM
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