Guitar Major scales
Before I begin with how to construct a guitar major scales, know this as a constant, there are only twelve notes in existence. C C#/Db, D, D#/ Eb, E, F, F#/Gb, G, G#/Ab, A, A#/Bb, B, C. This is called a chromatic scale which includes every note known. Because a chromatic scales consists entirely of half steps. Finally, just take note that there isn’t an E# or Fb, B# or Cb.
For example: In ascending order, C to C# is a half step, C# to D is a half step, D to D# is a half step, etc. And also in reverse descending order, C to B is a half step (note that there isn’t a Cb or B#), B to Bb is a half step, Bb to A is a half step, etc. Continue reading