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Asked by ME on 2001-06-19
HOW DO YOU TELL WHAT SCALE IS A MAJOR SCALE AND WHAT SCALE IS A MINOR SCALE
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Answer posted by Samuel M. on 2001-10-07
If you are playing in any pentatonic scale, (there is only a minor and major) the roots just change in each one. But the patterns basically stay the same.

Answer posted by Joe on 2002-03-04
Major pentatonic will be more of a "happy" sound.....like the chords.........minor is more of a "diminished" sound...

Answer posted by Bob on 2003-12-06
The difference between a major scale and a minor scale is the 3rd note or degree of the scale. A C major scale goes C D E F G A B C A C minor scale goes C D Eb F G A B C The 3rd degree of the scale is flattened by a half step or by one fret.

Answer posted by anon on 2005-03-21
major has notes and so duz minor

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