A Nice List Of Modes And Other Scale Variations

URL http://worldguitar.com/lead1.html
Description This is a website that at the top of the screen is a list of scales in the key of A that if you click on the name of the scale, a nice picture of the scale on a fretboard comes up with an icon for the music option.
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Overall Rating: 4.7 (of 5)
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On 2/11/2006, Mark Lemon (34) posted:
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Really usefull, playing along to the sound clips helps decide the best scale for a piece quickly and easily

brilliant
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists
On 12/6/2005, Dave Saraj (24) posted:
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This is a very informative resource i can hear how it sounds and get the intrevals for the scales my favorite aspect is i can hear how the scale or mode sounds i think this is helpful for just about any level
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists
On 11/27/2004, Daniel Lentinelo (7) posted:
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Its a creative resource even to you ear training.
Suitable for advanced guitarists
On 9/29/2003, Daniel De Deker (75) posted:
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The great thing about this resource is that it's simple. You get a picture showing the finger positions on the fretboard and a music on/off icon below. Every scale and mode I was interested in was there as well. I like that there isn't any superfluous clutter like history on Pythagoras or 440 Hz electrophysics.
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists
On 7/30/2003, Bob Calhoun (6) posted:
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The site is useful, concise, and easy to use. It would be a little more useful to me if there were an option to select the key and the voicing of the scales, but it's wonderful as it is.
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists
On 6/12/2003, Mike Harris (236) posted:
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Really enjoyed the site,liked the scales layout,very nice
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists
On 5/6/2003, Inactive Member posted:
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This is a nice quick reference for any guitar player of every style to look at. This site helped me improve some of my music by letting me hear different scales before I learn them. By doing this I saved time by not learning the scales I know I'll never use. The music option icon at the bottom sets this site above most others. There is another link on the page if you'd like to see some other guitar related stuff.
Suitable for all skill levels of guitarists