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EXTENDED CHORD SCALE FORMS #2 IN TEMPO

Charles Gacsi (42523) · [archive]
Style: Jazz · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

With individual notes, all 12 of the Major scales may be shown, one after the other, in chromatic order.

With chords, we are working with 3 notes at a time. From the note that is closest to the nut to the note that is closest to the bridge, going beyond the 15 or 16 fret makes it a little difficult to finger smoothly every time.

That is why the chord scales, F and F#(Gb), were left out of this lesson. Fingeringwise, not too practical.

The next few pages are for the viewers convience. It will be a repeat of some of the prior pages so that the viewer does not have to hunt for the secquencial order of the chord scales as given.

With individual notes all 12 major scales may be shown, one after the other, in chromatic order.

With chords, we are working with 3 notes at a time. From the note that is closest to the nut to the note that is closest to the bridge, going beyond the 15 or 16 fret makes it a little difficult to finger smoothly every time.

.Page 18 = G & Ab

Page 19 = A & Bb

Page 20 = B & C

Page 21 = Db & D

Page 22 = Eb & E