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Guitar Music Intervals - Guitar Music Theory

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Here we are going to know about Music Intervals and how they are very useful to learn more advanced Guitar Music techniques. These Music Intervals are extremely important to know if you want to be an advanced Guitar player.
What are Music Intervals?
Music Intervals are the distance between the notes or you can say the names of the positions where the notes are presents on a scale. Music Intervals make the Music complete and meaningful. You are using Music Intervals just the difference is you don't know what they called. You are using them unknowingly.
You can use these Intervals to create complex Chords and Chords Progressions without remembering them. For e.g. Jazz chords which are complex to understand and create. 
Music Intervals Chart:

In the Music Intervals chart, you can see that every note's position has a different name or reference name which is known as Music Intervals. We are going to take the C Chromatic Scale for demonstration.
E.g. - C Chromatic Scale:
[ C - C# - D - D#…

Pentatonic Scales and it's types - Guitar Music Theory

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Here we are going to know about Pentatonic Scales and it's types. Follow along and you will get to know how Pentatonic Scales form.
What is Pentatonic Scales?
As the name suggests Penta means five that's why it called pentatonic Scales. It includes only 5 notes in a scale. There are five shapes in Pentatonic Scales which you have to learn for great soloing.
Where do these scales get to use?
These scales are mostly useful in soloing. You can create great solos, melodies, or lead. If you want to be a  Blues guitarist then Pentatonic Scales are very important and useful for you. These scales are also get used in Rock, Pop, R&B, and many other genres.
Types of Pentatonic Scales:
There are two types of Pentatonic Scales as given below. Major Pentatonic ScalesMinor Pentatonic Scales
Major Pentatonic Scales:
You can form any Major Pentatonic Scale just by using the Major Pentatonic Scale formula with the reference of Major Scale.
In Major Pentatonic you only need to remove the 4th and 7th …

Minor Blues Scales and Formula - Guitar Music Theory

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Here we are going to know about all the Minor Blues Scales and Formula to form any Minor Blues Scale without knowing any other Scales.
What is Minor Blues Scales?
These scales are the same as Minor Pentatonic Scales, only the difference is it comes with an extra-6th note which is b5 as blues note. It is very useful for soloing in Music like Rock, Folk, Jazz, and Blues itself.
You can create great melodies or solos using these Blues Scales. The best thing about the Minor Blues Scale is you can play these Minor Scale notes over Major chord progressions as well.
The Formula for Minor Blues Scales:
1, b3, 4, b5, 5, b7
Use the reference of Minor Pentatonic Scales and then apply this formula to form any Minor Blues Scale.
For e.g. -
A Minor Pentatonic [ A - C - D - E - G - (A) ]
Now apply the formula
Formula - 1, b3, 4, b5, 5, b7

Now see what's the result we get
A Minor Blues [ A - C - D - Eb - E - G - (A) ]
So now you got the idea of how you can form any Minor Blues Scale using the reference of Min…

Major Blues Scales and Formula - Guitar Music Theory

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Here we are going to know about all the Major Blues Scales and Formula to form any Major Blues Scale without knowing any other Scales.
What is Major Blues Scales?
These scales are the same as Major Pentatonic Scales, only the difference is it comes with an extra-6th note which is b3 as blues note. It is very useful for soloing in Music like Rock, Folk, Jazz, and Blues itself. You can create great melodies or solos using these Blues Scales.
The formula for Major Blues Scales:
1, 2, b3, 3, 5, 6
Use the reference of Major Pentatonic Scales and then apply this formula to form any Major Blues Scale.
For e.g. -
C Major Pentatonic [ C - D - E - G - A - (C) ]
Now apply the formula
Formula - 1, 2, b3, 3, 5, 6
Now see what's the result we get
C Major Blues [ C - D - Eb - E - G - A - (C) ]
So now you got the idea of how you can form any Major Blues Scale using the reference of Major Pentatonic Scale.
Major Blues Scales:
A Major Blues Scale - [ A, B, C, Db, E, F#, (A) ]
B Major Blues Scale - [ B, C#, D, Eb,…

Blues Scales and it's types - Guitar Music Theory

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Here we are going to know about Blues Scales and the use of the Blues Scale in a very simple and easy way. With only one single formula you can form any Blues Scale. 
What is the Blues Scales?
It is a combination of 6 notes in the scale. It uses the Pentatonic Scale with one extra Bluesy note. Blues uses in modern Music such as Blues, Rock, and Pop, etc. Blues are known for their note bending, vibratos, and hammer on's.
Where does the Blues Scales get to use?
As the name suggests this Blues Scales mostly use in the Blues genre. Mostly Blues Scales is used for guitar soloing. By using-Blues Scale, you can create great leads and melodies just like BB King and Robert Johnson.
Types of Blues Scales:
There are two types of Blues Scales and those are Major Blues Scales and Minor Blues Scales. Both use a different formula to form. Both are based on the Major and Minor Pentatonic Scale respectively.
Major Blues Scales:
This Scales is a combination of the Major Pentatonic Scale with one extra Blue…

Guitar Minor Pentatonic Scales Formula and Patterns

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Here we are going to know about all the Guitar Minor Pentatonic Scales and their Patterns in a very simple way. All the five shapes of Minor Pentatonic with one formula based on the Major Scale.
You don't need to know all the scales just learn the Major Scale and Major Scale formula and that's it you can form any scale you want right away by using the reference of Major Scale.
What are Minor Pentatonic Scales?
Combinations of 5 notes of Major Scale are called as Pentatonic Scale. Penta means five. You can take 5 notes of any Major scale by using the Minor Pentatonic Scale formula and that's it you got your Pentatonic Scale.
In Minor Pentatonic Scales, we don't use 2nd and 6th-degree notes. We just use the other 5 which are 1st, b3rd (flat 3), 4th, 5th, and b7th (flat7) note to form any Minor Pentatonic Scale.
These scales are very useful and widely used in Rock, Pop, and Blues. You can make great solos just by using Pentatonic Scales.
There are five different shapes or patte…

Guitar Major Pentatonic Scales Formula and Patterns

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Here we are going to know about all the Guitar Major Pentatonic Scales and their Patterns in a very simple way. All the five shapes of Major Pentatonic with one formula based on Major Scale.
You don't need to know all the scales just learn the Major Scale and Major Scale formula and that's it you can form any scale you want right away by using the reference of Major Scale.
What are Minor Pentatonic Scales?
Combinations of 5 notes of Major Scale are called as Pentatonic Scale. Penta means five. You can take 5 notes of any Major scale by using the Major Pentatonic Scale formula and that's it you got your Pentatonic Scale.
In Major Pentatonic Scales we don't use 4th and 7th-degree notes. We just use the other 5 which are 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, and 6th note to form any Major Pentatonic Scale.
These scales are very useful and widely used in Rock, Pop, and Blues. You can make great solos just by using Pentatonic Scales.
There are five different shapes or patterns of Major Pentatonic …