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Asked by Tom on 2001-09-23
i have been playing for 4 years now and i play about 6-8 hours a day. im pretty much ok with things except how blues scales are formed. what is the blues scale made up of?
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Answer posted by darius on 2001-10-25
The blues scale is a minor pentatonic with a flatted fifth. For example, for a blues song in the key of A you would improvise off the following notes A,C,D,Eb,E,and G. The pattern is shown below e---1--4------- B---1--4------- G---1-34------- D---1-3-------- A---123-------- E---1--4------- 5th Fret

Answer posted by otto on 2002-08-24
E|-------------------------1-4- B|---------------------1-4----- G|---------------1-3-4--------- D|-----------1-3--------------- A|-----1-2-3------------------- E|-1-4-------------------------

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