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Asked by lew on 2000-06-05
i have a weird tuning in my band (c,g,c,f,a,c)and want to do lead parts in dorian , aoliean and pentatonic scales,in the key of c,could you tell me the scales?
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Answer posted by TARiUS on 2000-06-21
C D E F G A B C <-- Basic C key. Now the C Dorian key is basicly the key of Bb with C as the root. C D Eb F G A Bb C <-- C Dorian. The C Aoliean key is the key of Eb with C as its root. C D Eb F G Ab Bb C <-- C Aoliean key. There are two Pentatonic Keys, the Minor and the Major. the most common one is the Minor so i'll list it here. Basicly C Aoliean without the Second and Sixth notes. C Eb F G Bb C <-- C Pentatonic. If you want thoes tabbed with your guitar tuning e-mail me with all the details and i'll see what i can do. Laterz

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