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Creative Scales:Chromatic Scales

Charles Ross, Jr (538) · [archive]
Style: Metal · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
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Ok lets start our discussion on Chromatic Scale and how they play an important part in music today. Before we begin with Chromatic Scale is a system thats been constructed or made up of thirteen notes all in half-steps. So, we could actually play a chromatic scale simply by sliding our finger up one string, playing each fret.Like the Major Scales is one of the most used for teah for theory on all chords and scale shapes.

The Chromatic Scale is the mother of all scales,only because chromatic scale covers all over entire the fretbroad.This unique scale that most guitars in any generes of music today. Alit of guitarist play the scale for strenghten fingers as they play it up and down the neck.

Now for beginners learn and play the chromatic scale as much as possible to be able to play it effectively in using the scale not just in practice to for speed,but for shred.Now the intermediate player know the scale patterns and able to play effectively.Again practice these scale pattern,come up with come up with some good ideals to build on.

**Note** This lesson will be updated soon.Luv all guys ;)

The diagram below contains a CHROMATIC scale. It is a twelve-note scale consisting of all the notes on the fretboard (A, A#, B, B#, C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A).

This is the entire chromatic scale. The formula is: 1, #1, 2, #2, 3, 4, #4, 5, #5, 6, #6, 7. All the modes and scales are identical to the one in the diagram on the next page.