Saturday, May 19, 2012
THE PERSIAN SCALE
Nice man-bag... but why is your floor made of bacon?
Anyhow, moving on to why you probably found this... THE PERSIAN SCALE, unless you googled "bacon, man-bag,"or something similar, then none of the dots below make any sense.
The PERSIAN Scale.
Not one that I've played with lots myself, but included for completeness...
THE PERSIAN SCALE is made of the following intervals: 1,b2,3,4,b5,b6,7.
The free guitar scale diagrams below lay out the scale for you all over the neck, as a four note per string three octave scale and as the seven three note per string patterns that will link together to let you play it all over the fretboard in any key.
If you love these kinds of sounds then you might also want to check out:
The Eight Note Spanish Scale. (1,b2,b3,3,4,b5,b6,b7.)
Spanish or Dominant Phrygian. (1,b2,3,4,5,b6,b7.)
The Phrygian Mode. (1,b2,b3,4,5,b6,b7.)
There are literally dozens of other possibilities, available on the site, and it's all free so just bookmark the site and explore some of the other options available.
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