The C Major Scale – Lesson 9

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The C Major Scale – Lesson 9

A look at the notes that make up a Major scale in the key of C. (C D E F G A B)

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Dan Shipway
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Dan Shipway I have heard and seen Roman numerals for notating chord progressions and I think i have an idea of what it means but i just wanted to check. If it was 1 4 5 2, would you take those notes from the major scale and use “major minor major major minor diminished” to dictate what type of chord to play?
Dan Shipway
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Dan Shipway Major minor minor major major minor diminished*
Raymond Sanchez
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Raymond Sanchez wait a minute, this is the scale that Bob Marley used in the intro to Redemption song,
Abhishek Raj
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Abhishek Raj i never imagined of learning guitar from legends like you guys
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