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Jazz Scale Tab

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Tabbed by: Jonathan Gerhard

Tuning: Standard

This is my first tab and it really wasnt hard but still give feedback please! Thanks!

This is all played straight through (until the end, marked with ~) 
in eighth notes, increasing in speed as you learn it. Read as triplets. 
Its a good warm-up for some Jazz playing.

~ - Hold note as fourth note with slight vibrato
~~ - Hold note as whole note with slight vibrato


e|---------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------5---5--|
G|--------------------------------5---5-7-5-7---7----|
D|--------------------5---5-7-5-7---7----------------|
A|--------5---5-7-5-7---7----------------------------|
E|--8-5-8---8----------------------------------------|
    |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_|

          This (5) is still an eighth note
e|--------5--------------------------------------------------|
B|--8-5-8---8-5-8-5---5--------------------------------------|
G|------------------7---7-5-7-5---5--------------------------|
D|------------------------------7---7-5-7-5---5--------------|
A|------------------------------------------7---7-5-7-5---5--|
E|------------------------------------------------------8----|
    |_|_|   |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_| |_|_|

         This (5) is still an eighth note
e|--------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------|
A|--------5-----------------------|
E|--8-5-8---8~--5~~---------------|
    |_|_| 
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mecan1 wrote on September 7 2013, 01:52 pm

Pretty simple in my opinion. It's just a variation of a pentatonic scale, which I'd prefer giving to my students with the base scale and let them figure out their own variation to let them exercise their own creativity. Accurate, but redundant. 3 stars.

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minkar_man72 wrote on March 5 2014, 08:41 pm

you're completely right

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