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Scale and Arpeggio Resources

Scale and Arpeggio Resources

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This is the most complete book of guitar scales and arpeggios ever written.

It's truly massive: more than 400 large pages packed with diagrams, analysis and explanations. Of course it includes all the basic, common scales you need to play rock, blues, jazz and so on, but also a vast number of exotic resources for you to experiment with and use to develop your own unique sounds. Many of these have never or hardly ever been used before.

A very thorough chapter on scale theory is included: it provides a solid foundation and ensures you'll never again be confused about modes, the most useful but also most misunderstood concept in modern guitar theory. I use this as the basis for most of my theoretical teaching with students who are ready for single-note work.

The complete electronic version of this book is provided FREE by the publisher under a creative commons license. Please seed and share at will, and consider supporting the author by buying a paper copy if you like it.
This is the most complete book of guitar scales and arpeggios ever written.

It's truly massive: more than 400 large pages packed with diagrams, analysis and explanations. Of course it includes all the basic, common scales you need to play rock, blues, jazz and so on, but also a vast number of exotic resources for you to experiment with and use to develop your own unique sounds. Many of these have never or hardly ever been used before.

A very thorough chapter on scale theory is included: it provides a solid foundation and ensures you'll never again be confused about modes, the most useful but also most misunderstood concept in modern guitar theory. I use this as the basis for most of my theoretical teaching with students who are ready for single-note work.

The complete electronic version of this book is provided FREE by the publisher under a creative commons license. Please seed and share at will, and consider supporting the author by buying a paper copy if you like it.

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Original Scale

These scales can be thought of as a minor triad plus a diminished triad a fourth

above it (see the Mode I scale).

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CHAPTER 21. WITHOUT A MAJOR THIRD

The Mode I Scale

1 3 4 5 6 7 [mT, t, t, s, mT, s]

The Mode II Scale

1 2 3 4 5 6 [t, t, s, mT, s, mT]

The Mode III Scale

1 2 3 4 5 7 [t, s, mT, s, mT, t]

The Mode IV Scale

1 2 3 4 5 7 [s, mT, s, mT, t, t]

21.1. CONTAINING TWO MINOR THIRDS

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The Mode V Scale

1 2 3 5 6 7 [mT, s, mT, t, t, s]

The Mode VI Scale

1 2 3 4 5 6 [s, mT, t, t, s, mT]

Coscale

These scales can be thought of as a major triad plus a diminished triad an augmented

fifth above it (see the Mode II scale).

The Mode I Scale

1 2 3 4 6 6 [s, t, t, mT, s, mT]

• •

• •

• •

The Mode II Scale

1 2 3 5 6 7 [t, t, mT, s, mT, s]

420

CHAPTER 21. WITHOUT A MAJOR THIRD

The Mode III Scale

1 2 4 5 6 7 [t, mT, s, mT, s, t]

• •

• •

• •

The Mode IV Scale

1 2 3 5 6 7 [mT, s, mT, s, t, t]

The Mode V Scale

1 2 3 4 5 6 [s, mT, s, t, t, mT]

The Mode VI Scale

1 2 3 4 5 7 [mT, s, t, t, mT, s]

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